The team is monitoring the potential for dryline storm formation tomorrow afternoon. 

Looking through weather models tonight, it does look like the area from the Northern Texas Panhandle into Western Kansas is the most likely area for storm formation. Here, large hail, damaging winds, and a tornado threat will materialize with any sustained/strong supercells.

Further south, a couple of storms will be possible in the afternoon, but the odds are lower, as the forcing from the approaching system will tend to remain north and west.

Overnight tomorrow, storms will form in the southern area and spread east with the threat of large hail, damaging winds, and even tornadoes.