The latest thinking from the National Weather Service folks has not changed much since this morning. A dryline is expected to push towards the I-35 corridor by early this afternoon eventually bisecting the DFW Metroplex and stretching south/southwest along I-35 to just west of Waco, Temple and Killeen. Thunderstorms are expected to fire up this afternoon around 4pm-ish along and east of the dryline. Below are a few high resolution forecast model graphics which show storms initiating pretty much right on top of Dallas county at around 4pm…with additional storms firing up across Collin, Fannin and Hunt counties. Keep in mind, this is just what a computer thinks, so reality could be slightly different. But it will give you a good idea as to the favorable locations for storm development this afternoon. The main threats with any storms that develop will be large hail, dangerous lightning and winds gusting to 50mph or more. Local street flooding could also be an issue under some of the stronger cells. These storms will also be moving quite fast, so you’ll need to pay special attention to the weather this afternoon and be prepared to seek shelter immediately if a Warning is issued for your location.