The Storm Prediction Center currently has the DFW as the center point of today’s Enhanced Risk for severe weather. The primary threats today will be large hail (possibly larger than 2 inches in diameter) as well as very strong and damaging winds with any of the discrete supercells that develop early in the period.
There could be multiple rounds of severe weather today. As the discrete cells move east, they should transition into a strong mesoscale convective system (line of severe storms). With these, any bowing segments of the line will have to potential to produce damaging winds as well as embedded tornadoes.
A look at what the radar may look like later today as discrete supercells develop west of Dallas – Fort Worth.