NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – April 4 is a First Alert Climate Day, with the best likelihood for extreme climate throughout North Texas between 4:00 p.m. and a pair of:00 a.m..
All modes of extreme climate are doable – damaging winds, giant hail and tornadoes – with an Enhanced Threat for the Metroplex.
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The massive hail and tornadoes are after all the principle concern when the storms initialize in our western counties and are of a extra discrete supercell nature.
The storms are anticipated to develop into extra linear and type a squall line as they transfer east into the Metroplex, with the very best risk of damaging winds between 60-70 mph.
There may be additionally an opportunity for just a few fast spin up tornadoes alongside the road.
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Earlier than the storms arrive Monday afternoon/night it is going to be a principally cloudy day with highs close to 80.
The extreme climate risk ends as the road strikes into East Texas early Tuesday morning. Robust southwest winds will develop Tuesday, bumping temperatures into the higher 80s with principally sunny skies.
A dry chilly entrance slides in Tuesday evening, shifting winds from the north and drawing in cooler air.
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Temperatures return nearer to seasonal on Wednesday by the top of the workweek — topping out close to 70°.