Chance of Storms Possible Overnight

Storm chances continue Friday night into Saturday

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Thunderstorms from Oklahoma pushed across the Red River and into North Texas Friday afternoon.

A few storms are possible tonight. The storms are not a sure bet, but if they occur they could bring gusty winds, heavy rain and lightning.

NBC 5 viewer August Smith sent in this video of baseball sized hail coming down in Deleon Texas on Friday night.


Despite the chance of storms tonight, a hot and sunny pattern is establishing itself over North Texas for the weekend. It's important to remember heat safety tips, as this weekend will be the hottest stretch of weather so far this year. Next week temperatures will make a run at the century mark.

Get the latest forecast information from NBC 5's team of Weather Experts here.


Subtropical Storm Alberto
Hurricane season doesn't officially begin until June 1 but we already have our first named storm of the season. Subtropical Storm Alberto is creating high surf and strong winds as it pushes toward the Gulf Coast between New Orleans and Florida.
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