Live Radar: More Storms Popping Up Across the Metroplex

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    Strong spring storms are expected to bring heavy winds, rain and possibly hail to the Metroplex on Good Friday.

    The storms began pushing into the area at about 6 a.m. and then began to dissipate.  At about 10 a.m., more cells began popping up west of the Metroplex.

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    At 11 a.m., a strong line of storms can be seen stretching from Johnson County northeast into Oklahoma.

    "Showers and thunderstorms will move through the Metroplex during the morning and afternoon hours. There is a slight risk that a few storms will be rather strong with hail and high winds," said Samantha Davies, NBCDFW Meteorologist, in her forecast Friday morning. "There is a risk for severe storms east of the Metroplex."

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    Davies said there is a slight risk for some hail from the storms, though none has been reported yet. Davies added that the storms will clear by around 3 p.m. and that Easter weekend should be sunny and pleasant.