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Thunderstorms raging across much of North Texas on Sunday afternoon are expected to continue building into a near-continuous line of storms, producing flooding, hail and damaging wind gusts, especially west of Interstate 35 in the evening to early overnight hours.
Sunday’s storms are capable of dumping large amounts of rain in a short period of time. That means certain locations could flood fast, the National Weather Service says, especially in urban areas and other places with poor drainage.
Memorial Day on Monday will be a wet one, too. Expect more heavy rain, with possible flooding in some areas. The clouds and rain will likely keep temperatures no higher than upper 70s/lower 80s.
The NWS reminds motorists not to take a chance driving through flooded areas.
Some small hail in Plano as a few pop up storms pass. A few storms this afternoon could turn severe with large hail & damaging winds. #dfwwx #txwx pic.twitter.com/n9b3qJDR04— Logan Shipley (@LoganShipleyWx) May 24, 2020