DALLAS (KDAF) — North Texans can expect another hot day in the region after a cloudy morning will turn sunny and mostly sunny into the afternoon.

There will be an active dryline across West Texas that will lead to strong-severe storms west of North and Central Texas. “Storms will likely develop across West Texas this afternoon along a dryline. The storms will then move eastward through the late afternoon, weakening as they become removed from the associated source of lift,” NWS Fort Worth said.

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As the storms move east they will most likely weaken, however, a storm or two is possible in the far western portions of the region. “Although we can’t rule out a storm in the extreme western portions of North Texas, the overall probability will be low. The greatest severe weather threat will remain in West Texas.”