A storm system will bring some showers and thunderstorms to the southern Plains into early next week, with the biggest threat of severe thunderstorms capable of producing gusty winds and large hail in west Texas on Easter Sunday and shifting eastward towards the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area on Monday.
At this time, the tornado threat does not appear to be as great due to weak low level shear, but an isolated and brief tornado cannot be ruled out. The threat for gusty winds and large hail will spread south and east toward the Interstate 35 corridor on Monday.
A greater severe threat may be looming into mid-week, starting on Wednesday, but significant model differences continue at this time. The locations that might be under the gun include a narrow corridor from central Nebraska into northwest Texas. The extent of the warm sector and the amount of moisture available remain a bit in question, but if more instability can be realized in the warm sector, there is the potential for a more significant severe event that could last over multiple days.
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