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Big solar storm headed towards earth

Coming up on Good Morning East Texas...

The biggest solar storm in the last five years is headed towards earth right now. We'll tell you where you might notice it, and see what you think about it. Click here to read more.

Plus, Saturday is Fly Fish Texas, an annual event at the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center designed to help people learn the craft of fly fishing. So, what's the difference between fly fishing and regular fishing? Good Morning East Texas' Lauren Callahan will be live in the studio to talk about fly fishing and an opportunity for you to learn all about it this weekend.

And on right now, two Texas children were found living in an abandoned school bus in a town northeast of Houston. Click here to read the story.

Storm Tracker 7 Meteorologist Grant Dade has your weekend forecast...

Warm and breezy conditions will continue today with a few scattered showers and thunderstorms developing.  A few of the storms could become strong to severe with the main threat being strong gusty winds and hail to the size of quarters.  High temperatures will reach the middle to upper 70s.  Tonight we will see wide spread heavy rain and thunderstorms.  Lows will drop down into the middle 40s by morning.  For your Friday cloudy rainy and much cooler.  Highs will struggle to reach the lower to middle 50s.  Your weekend forecast is coming up on Good morning East Texas. Click here for a look at the interactive radar.

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