TYLER, Texas — We could see a few storms in Deep East Texas as well between 2 PM and 6 PM before the front shows up. The front will push across the region between 6 PM Wednesday and 2 AM Thursday. Some severe weather is expected and gusty straight line winds will be the main threat. But large hail and a tornado or two is definitely possible. The further south you are, the better the chance for you to be impacted by the storms. The storms should move out before sunrise on Thursday.
Wednesday and Thursday:
Today and Thursday showers and storms look likely for East Texas. There's a 80% chance for widespread showers and storms on Wednesday and a 50% chance for scattered showers/storms on Thursday. Temps expected to be in the mid 70s with mostly cloudy skies on these days. Some of the storms could be severe with gusty winds the most likely culprit, so be sure to stay weather aware. Storms looking to move in Wednesday evening into the overnight hours.
For Friday skies looking to clear up and you can expect mostly sunny skies with a high temp near 80.
Both weekend days look sunny and each day highs should climb into the 80s, so make some outdoor plans this weekend, it is going to be fantastic!
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