Severe thunderstorms in parts of Texas and Oklahoma this weekend created another opportunity for some great shots by some lucky storm chasers. The supercells were mostly prolific hail producers, whiting out the ground in El Paso, Texas and producing stones up to the size of baseballs in Childress, Texas, located near the extreme southwestern corner of Oklahoma.

The pattern looks like it's going to get a little more active starting this week, so severe weather should start to tick up as we head into the end of the month. Some severe weather is expected across central and eastern Texas this afternoon, with Dallas, Waco, Austin, and San Antonio possibly seeing some rough weather before nightfall.

[Image via NASA]