We’re down to the last thunderstorm this morning. i’m honestly surprised it was able to survive all night, but alas that’s mother nature. The last thunderstorm is now approaching Valley View and I-35 in northern Denton county. A second shower that has stopped producing lightning is located about 5 miles west of Sherman in Grayson county. These showers/storm are moving east and will likely dissipate by 6 AM. They will produce brief moderate to heavy rain with light rainfall accumulations. A few patches of moderate rain remain near Mount Pleasant in Northeast Texas but most shower activity has dissipated.
Now for a quick note about the potential for strong to severe storms later today. The showers and storms that were able to impact portions of North Texas have likely laid out a few outflow boundaries. These could play a critical role in storm development and evolution later this afternoon as they can enhance wind shear locally. We’ll have to keep a close eye on where these outflow boundaries end up by later this afternoon. Jenny will have more about today’s severe weather threat in her daily weather roundup later this morning.