From: National Weather Service, Fort Worth
Date: Sunday, 29 May 2016 15:29 CDT
This week will be another week to watch carefully in North and Central Texas. The remainder of today will be mixed, with a good amount of sunshine and chances for isolated to scattered thunderstorms developing in the west and southwest. Expect a repeat on Memorial Day, with a cluster of storms expected during the overnight and early morning hours, followed by improving conditions through the day. By midweek, the next system will move into Texas and remain for a few days, giving a widespread chance for rain/heavy rain. A short PDF has been included to show additional details.
BOTTOM LINE: Widespread chances for severe thunderstorms will be limited (in coverage) this week, with locally heavy rainfall becoming more of a concern by mid week. Emergency Managers, public works/transportation, and elected officials should be prepared for the possibility of localized flooding by the middle part of the week. Please continue to monitor National Weather Service forecasts, discussions, outlooks and graphics to better refine the forecast through mid-week.