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Currently Weather Alert in Dallas & Fort Worth— April 11th, 2022

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Severe thunderstorm threat continues this week
Severe thunderstorm threat continues this week
All eyes are on a large and slow-moving spring storm system, moving through the central US this week. This system will generate multiple chances for severe weather across North Texas tonight and into Tuesday. The greatest chance for severe storms will be along and east of the dryline, separating higher dew points in the 60s from much drier dew points in the 20s and 30s.
All hazards, including large hail, damaging winds, and tornadoes are possible with any storm that develops. The Storm Prediction Center has the DFW Metroplex under a Slight Risk (level 2 of 5) risk for severe storms tonight and an Enhance Risk (level 3 of 5) tomorrow. On both days, there is a chance of damaging hail larger than 2 inches (about the size of a lime) in diameter within 25 miles of a given point.
Be sure to have at least two trusted ways of receiving weather warnings, such as a NOAA Weather Radio, access to local media, push alert apps, etc.
For more severe weather preparation tips, check here.
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