Dallas, Texas Weather Forecast for Tuesday: More Storms and Heavy Rain

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By journalsofus.com

An active weather pattern will bring multiple rounds of storms to North Texas with the threat of severe weather.

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Here’s the latest forecast for North Texas this week:

Fast facts:

  • More storms and possible severe weather Tuesday and Wednesday
  • Widespread rain and possibility of flooding in some areas during the next few days

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Latest forecast update:

Storms and Severe Weather Chances

Multiple rounds of storms will move through North Texas this week. Some of those rounds will also carry the threat of severe storms. Minor flooding could also occur in places where it rains the most during the week (mainly eastern North Texas).


Showers and storms are likely to continue in parts of North Texas early in the day, but the serious threat appears low during that time.

Storms and the threat of severe weather will increase again from late morning to early afternoon, primarily from the immediate DFW to the south. The main threats would be large hail and damaging winds, but the threat of tornadoes will not be zero either.

While some showers and thunderstorms are possible during the remainder of the afternoon into the evening, the serious threat during that time appears minor.


More rounds of storms are possible, but will likely depend on what happens Tuesday into Tuesday night. As of now, the threat for severe storms appears to be in East Texas, but this forecast will be adjusted as we get closer.


By the time rain leaves North Texas Wednesday night into Thursday, most will likely reach totals between 1 and 3 inches. Higher totals are possible from eastern North Texas to eastern Texas, which is where some minor flooding may occur with repeated rounds of rain.

14 day forecast

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