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A few scattered thunderstorms in the evening hours.

Updated: 5 hours ago

EAST TEXAS (KLTV/KTRE) – This is the weather to live in… Mostly cloudy skies today with a chance for scattered thunderstorms in the evening hours. The best chances for stronger storms are likely to be in the far northern parts of East Texas where a Marginal risk (risk 1 of 5) Exists, according to SPC. Tomorrow, we look to have very little chance of rain at all, but as we head into the second half of the day Wednesday/into Thursday morning, there is a chance for more strong/severe storms across East Texas. The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has most of the ETX under below Minor risk (risk 2 out of 5), North Crockett, Lufkin, San Augustine line. there Enhance Risk (Risk 3 of 5) For areas north of the Greenville, Longview and Marshall line of storms late Wednesday into Thursday morning as a cold front moves in. At this time, the forecast for disruptive weather will be high from late Wednesday until very early Thursday morning. We will be monitoring this very carefully over the next few days. I know we're all feeling “weather weary,” so please stay alert to any and all changes to this forecast. As we head into Thursday morning, there it is Minor risk (risk 2 out of 5) During the morning hours over southeast Texas, or until the front moves. Rainfall totals are not expected to be excessive this round, however, some areas may see some rain heavy enough that additional flash flooding may occur. Temperatures will remain warm through Thursday, then cool off nicely over the weekend before temperatures warm up next week. A little rain is possible this weekend, but the odds are 20% or less. A few more are possible next Monday.

EAST TEXAS (KLTV/KTRE) – This is the weather to live in… Mostly cloudy skies today with a chance for scattered thunderstorms in the evening hours. The best chances for stronger storms are likely to be in the far northern parts of East Texas where a Marginal risk (risk 1 of 5) Exists, according to SPC. Tomorrow, we look to have very little chance of rain at all, but as we head into the second half of the day Wednesday/into Thursday morning, there is a chance for more strong/severe storms across East Texas. The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has most of the ETX under below Minor risk (risk 2 out of 5), North Crockett, Lufkin, San Augustine line. there Enhance Risk (Risk 3 of 5) For areas north of the Greenville, Longview and Marshall line of storms late Wednesday into Thursday morning as a cold front moves in. At this time, the forecast for disruptive weather will be high from late Wednesday until very early Thursday morning. We will be monitoring this very carefully over the next few days. I know we're all feeling “weather weary,” so please stay alert to any and all changes to this forecast. As we head into Thursday morning, there it is Minor risk (risk 2 out of 5) During the morning hours over southeast Texas, or until the front moves. Rainfall totals are not expected to be excessive this round, however, some areas may see some rain heavy enough that additional flash flooding may occur. Temperatures will remain warm through Thursday, then cool off nicely over the weekend before temperatures warm up next week. A little rain is possible this weekend, but the odds are 20% or less. A few more are possible next Monday.

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