A new storm is beginning to organize along the Texas-New Mexico border, and it's expected to deliver a first round of severe weather today from Texas to Mississippi.
Gusts of almost 60 mph and golf ball-sized hail already have been reported in west Texas this morning.
A new storm is forming in west Texas, and it's forecast to head east over the weekend.
Eastern Texas likely will be battered by massive storms later this afternoon.
The system will head east across the southern Plains from San Antonio toward Dallas, with numerous severe storms predicted for later this afternoon.
Weather models also are showing intense local storms in northwest Louisiana and southern Arkansas over that time period.
Northeast Texas is bracing for severe weather tonight.
In an enhanced risk region, there's the greatest chance of damaging wind, large hail and tornadoes, as even outside that region, several storms will be developing from San Antonio all the way to Memphis. The main storm is expected to move north into the Midwest overnight.