Here’s the latest look at radar with storms, many severe, ongoing from south of Paris, Ennis area just south of Dallas, west of Hillsboro, in and around the Waco, Killeen and Lampasas corridor and then further south between Mason and Round Mountain west of Austin. The storms south of Paris, between Clarksville, Cooper and Greenville which are forming along an old outflow boundary from this morning’s rain, are moving south southeast at around 30mph and have really begun to get their act together just over the past 3o minutes or so. Storms further south which have formed along the surface trough are moving generally east/southeast at around 20m-25mph. Additional development is expected along this entire line throughout the evening hours. All of these storms are tapping into roughly 1,500 to 2,000 joules per kilogram of instability…which means any of them could be capable of becoming severe quite quickly with 1+ inch hail, high winds and frequent cloud to ground lightning. The tornado potential is still low, but is non-zero for folks from about Dallas east/northeastward. We’ll continue to keep you updated as the latest severe storm warnings are issued. Stay safe everyone!!!