Another rounds of showers and storms is heading our way over the next few hours that could bring with it large hail, strong straight-line winds and even an isolated tornado or two.
Tonight: Quiet weather persists as most of the storms will die down before midnight. Lows temps are staying in the 60s. Winds will remain a little breezy with skies expected to clear at times across the Big Country.
Friday: Bigger rain chances are settling in for the day. We could begin to see rain around lunchtime and last through the entire afternoon/evening hours and even into the overnight hours tomorrow night. Some of these storms could reach severe status with large hail and strong winds. High temps will be a bit cooler, settling in around the 80 degree mark.