The scenario we have been talking about for several days will all come together today as the weak Cold Front and a Strong Upper Level Low Pressure system combine to bring most all of North Texas a good chance of rain and strong to Severe Thunderstorms.
The forecast has become much simpler. As of 8am Thunderstorms were already firing from Abilene to Wichita Falls. This is in response to the Cold Front which is now headed east with a strong push from the Upper Level Low. These storms will hold together and actually increase in coverage as the day goes on and daytime heating further adds to instability.
As the Low it's self approaches look for the storms to become more Severe because the Low brings with it a lot of Cold air in the upper levels. This will also aid in the development of hail in some storms. There is not a lot of wind sheer with this system and so Tornadoes are not a huge thereat but an isolated tornado or 2 can never be ruled out because there could be a few Super Cell thunderstorms..
The system should clear the Eastern part of the area by late evening.