As we look towards tomorrow, there is an enhanced risk (3/5) outlined from Western Oklahoma to NW Texas. A cursory glance at weather models this morning actually say that enhanced area may be storm free throughout the event, with the best chances of storm development just north and south of the enhanced risk zone.

If storms can form, they’ll be dealing with strong capping just east of the dryline in all locations, so they may struggle to organize in the low-levels with that in mind. There’s a low tornado risk, but the bigger risk is likely large hail with any sustained storms tomorrow.

We’ll have a deep dive forecast later on today.