10:20 AM CDT | May 14, 2018
As mentioned on Facebook moments ago...
Storms are expected to form again in the western part of the state by mid to late afternoon. This is what one of our hi-res models is showing this morning. It is in 3-hour increments from 4:00 PM today to 1:00 AM tonight. It shows this activity developing into a cluster and tracking into Oklahoma and North Texas tonight.
The main severe risk will be across parts of Northwest/West Texas where Large Hail and Damaging Winds will again be possible. As storms collapse, they may produce winds in excess of 50 mph. This could impact parts of North Texas tonight, so that is something to keep in mind. If you have any loose items outside that could get blown around, it would be a good idea to secure them just in case.
Lastly, please note that this is one model run and that the radar will not look EXACTLY like this. It does show the general idea of what is expected. The cluster could track farther north, arrive a bit sooner, etc. Best rain chances (>40%) this evening through tonight will be along and northwest of a San Angelo, to Brownwood, to Fort Worth, to Whitesboro line. Stay tuned!