A cold front from the west will quickly traverse through Texas late on Thursday, March 23, 2023 through the overnight and into Friday, March 24, 2023. This cold from will bring a good chance for rain showers with a slight chance for some isolated severe weather in the late evening and through the overnight for portions of Texas. Generally, storms will be linear in nature, with a line of storms likely through the entirety of Texas from north to south, which will start moving through western Texas between 6-8pm. This line will continue through Texas during the overnight period with rain showers/thunderstorms peaking for the Dallas areas between midnight and daybreak, with rain showers/isolated thunderstorms possible through noon Friday. Due to the nature of these storms, being linear, the biggest threat will likely be strong straight line winds with gusts 60+mph, some moderate to brief heavy rain, with hail up to 1.5”. A few isolated, short-lived tornadoes cannot be completely ruled out, however the best chance for any tornadic activity will be limited to the early evening hours Thursday and should be limited to western portions of the state. Skies clear out the rest of the day Friday from west to east, with shower/thunderstorm activity moving eastward and onto Dixie Alley for Friday/Saturday.