Yes, that was the sound of spring even though it feels like winter outside.
Temperatures were hovering in the mid-30s Tuesday even as a few claps of thunder and occasional flashes of lightning were taking place across Tarrant County. There were even a few reports of hail clanging off cars and rooftops.
Forecasters said that northwest of Fort Worth, sleet pellets were possible but a winter weather advisory had been canceled for Jacksboro and Graham.
“It’s just a pretty nasty day today,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Lamont Bain.
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Rainfall totals will be up to an inch across the area but some spots could see higher totals.
The Dallas-Fort Worth area will get a break Tuesday night but rain chances will return Thursday night and stick around through Saturday.
“It’s a little difficult to say how much rain we’ll see this weekend but we will see additional rainfall,” Bain said.