Wildfires, severe storms possible this week

Severe thunderstorms may occur in the area Tuesday.

North Texas faces a double threat of wildfires and storms in the early part of this week. 

Fire danger will be elevated Monday and extreme Tuesday, especially across North Texas and southern Oklahoma. 

A combination of high temperatures, low relative humidity and dry winds will set the stage for tinderbox conditions. 

Already in March, nearly 123,000 acres have burned across the state, according to the Texas A&M Forest Service. Some of that damage has occurred in North Texas.

Also on Tuesday, a cold front will push across the region, bringing a risk of severe thunderstorms.

More:Weather service issues initial report on last week’s tornadoes

Wichita Falls is in a large area of the nation’s midsection placed at Slight Risk for severe storms. 

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