More severe storms aim this week for places still recovering from tornadoes

An Early Look At Thursday’s Storms

An Early Look At Thursday’s Storms

Louisiana and MS will be at risk Thursday morning, with the storms moving on Thursday afternoon through the evening into Alabama and Georgia.

The Storm Prediction Center has placed all of the DFW area under an enhanced risk for severe storms (3 on a scale of 5) that includes hail ranging from baseball to softball size.

We'll continue to update this story with the newest information from our severe weather team. Hail, however, will remain possible with any of the stronger storms.

The best chance for severe weather is between 6 and 10 p.m., but the thunderstorms could start popping up around the evening rush hour, according to the Weather Service.

Large hail, damaging winds and an isolated tornado are all possible late Wednesday afternoon and evening.

Initially, the storms will likely develop as a few single cell storms mainly east of Interstate 35, but then form a line of storms along a cold front that's expected to stretch from the metro area up to Mercer County, Mo. Know where to go in your home if you are included in a Tornado Warning and make sure you have a way of receiving those very important weather warnings, either by cell phone or weather radio. While a tornado can not be ruled out, the chance for tornadic activity is low.

Numerous parameters for severe weather will be in place - except moisture.

A massive storm system killed eight people in the South over the weekend and caused damage from Texas to Mississippi.

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