Damaging winds and large hail are possible as a storm complex moves south and east through the day, with trailing outflow to its west creating new storms. Wind shear is pretty weak underneath a ridge, so storms will struggle to organize today across Texas to much more than transient multicell clusters and single cell pulse storms.

Still, the strongest storms will be capable of severe level wind gusts (58mph+) as well as marginally severe hail (quarter size) at the very least. The linear complex itself may strengthen as instability increases ahead of it this afternoon, with an associated damaging winds threat.