A strong upper-level storm system and Pacific cold front will approach North Texas early
Thursday morning. A nearly solid squall-line of storms will form in west/northwest Texas
after midnight and sweep toward Dallas/Fort Worth just after daybreak Thursday.
Severe storms in February are truly like a box a chocolates.
We could get just about anything, including isolated tornadoes, 60-70 mph straight-line winds,
several inches of small hail or isolated large, damaging hail, even sleet.
Be ready for anything, and stay with WBAP for live coverage, special updates and all
watches and warnings throughout your commute to work or school Thursday morning.
- - Chief Meteorologist Brad Barton