AUSTIN, Texas - The West Texas Dryline will collide with the Summer-like heat and humidity and could set off isolated severe storms between 4 and 8 p.m.
Good Day Austin meteorologist Zack Shields says hail will be the main threat. This is not a sure thing because there is a significant lid on the atmosphere.
A layer of warmer and stable air aloft could hinder the rising motion and hurt storm formation.
If the lid breaks, look out for storms erupting and becoming severe in a hurry mainly east of I-35.