Yesterday late afternoon the weather service noted that the squall line’s arrival would be delayed since winds backing it would end up becoming parallel with the line and thus slowing it down. So far that line has slowed way down and its eastward progression is only 10 knots or so. At that pace, the line would reach Fort Worth by 11am, DFW Airport by 12pm and Frisco at 12:30pm or so.
Overnight a Tornado Watch was issued, then subsequently canceled when the squall line abruptly lost forward momentum and severity. Currently the line of storms set to affect us still has good severe potential, but the only severe storms actually occurring are north of us between Tulsa and Oklahoma City. Instability is still limited as the overcast skies across our area will greatly limit daytime heating. Tornado genesis is still possible with any supercells or bow echos that may form due to the very strong low level shearing across the area. The primary threat from this event is still high winds at this time.
I will try to send out updates as I can on this if any severe storms or other interesting weather is set to affect our area.