TYLER, Texas — Severe weather has been ongoing throughout the day Saturday over East Texas, but that risk will exit the region early Sunday morning. Most of Deep East Texas will remain under an Enhanced Risk for severe weather through 7 am Sunday, but the bulk of the storms will be gone before this time. Let's dive into the forecast for more details.
Skies will be back to partly cloudy for Sunday, as clouds decrease throughout the day. These chances for rain appear to be most likely during the first half of the day, starting to exit after the noon hour.
Temps both days this weekend should be in the mid to upper-80s.
Chances for rain and storms look like they will continue into next week, so keep the rain gear close. Right now Monday is looking mostly sunny with a 20% chance for a few storms in the forecast. Tuesday will be mostly cloudy with a 60% chance for rain and storms. There are signs Tuesday could bring strong storms back to East Texas, as the Storm Prediction Center has put northern East Texas under a Slight Risk for severe weather. Temps both days should be in the mid to upper 80s.
A 20% chance for rain and storms will be around the region on Wednesday, with otherwise mostly sunny skies. Mostly sunny skies and a 10% chance for rain will continue Thursday. Temps each day will be in the upper 80s.
Make sure you continue to stay weather aware through the weekend and into next week! We've got you covered East Texas!
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