After a few storms dropped baseball size hail Wednesday night, more severe storms will be possible across the Big Country again Thursday.
A few severe storms have developed south of I 20 Thursday morning that could produce large hail.
Throughout Thursday look for the chance to see scattered storms and temps back up into the low 80s with a mostly cloudy sky.
The dryline will develop across the Big Country again Thursday afternoon bringing the chance of severe storms.
Large hail will remain the biggest threat for the Big Country.
A cold front moves into the Big Country Thursday night bringing us northeast winds and milder temps in the low low to mid 70s to end the week.
There will still be a good chance of showers and storms around on Friday with a passing disturbance and possibly even a few showers still around Saturday morning.