Starting tonight, severe weather will spread across the northern portion of Texas. Expect large hail, damaging winds, and dangerous lightning to accompany these storms. These will last threw the evening, before giving way to sunshine tomorrow. But, storms return tomorrow night, and stick around threw Tuesday. Then, expect a break for the day on Wednesday, with storms rolling back into the forecast for late thursday night and into friday.
In the big rain/storm event that occured on Monday-Tuesday, on the week of the spring equinox, areas of north Texas saw at least 3 inches of rainfall.
Areas to the north and west saw 3 to 5 inches, while down south and east, isalated amounts upto 7 inches were reported whitch caused major river and small stream flooding. These storms moved threw Monday night and early Tuesday as an upper level low pressure storm system slowly moved across the region. Thunderstorms with heavy rain trained over cities and counties, inabling flash flooding conditions to evolve. So far, we have had around a foot of rain this entire year, and lake levels are up now, just in time for the spring season.