The forecast is beginning to refine itself after the muddlement caused by this morning’s storm system. Another round of strong to severe storms looks likely overnight…this time the main focus will be across the western panhandle and down into west central Texas. Storms have already begun to form across eastern New Mexico and are expected to gradually fill in over the next several hours and work their way into our state. There’s not much in the way of steering currents in the atmosphere that will move these storms around very quickly, so slow-moving storms with heavy rainfall is almost a given through early tomorrow morning. Some of the overnight storms could reach severe limits with winds in excess of 60mph and flooding rains, so do be aware of that possibility. We also have some spotty shower and storm development this evening across central Texas along a boundary deposited there by this morning’s batch of storms. One cell is currently severe warned west of Fredericksburg and Harper until 8:30pm. The Storm Prediction Center has removed the threat of severe weather for south central and southeast Texas, so whatever has popped up should quickly die off after sunset with just local heavy rain and gusty outflow winds as the primary threats. Below is a look at the current radar, and a few graphics to show what you might expect overnight with regard to storm development. As always, keep in mind it’s just what a computer thinks will happen and reality could turn out a bit different.