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Body art keeps man out of United States

Coming up on Good Morning East Texas...

A man was denied entrance into the states...because of his body art. We'll tell you why his body art is preventing him from being with his wife here in Texas.

Plus, We've all heard the expression "Christmas in July", and it's nice to think about cooler weather and the holidays when it's so hot outside. Good Morning East Texas' Lauren Callahan will be live in the studio to tell us about an East Texas city that is offering a chance to embrace the holiday and do some shopping this weekend.

And, on KLTV.com right now, you can watch KLTV's interview outside the Smith County courthouse with the retired East Texas dentist indicted for his wife's murder.

Good Morning East Texas Meteorologist Grant Dade says...

Well the rain chances looks as though they want to hang around now through the weekend thanks to and upper level disturbance that will slowly drift west across the State.  This afternoon we will see scattered showers and storms develop once again with the best chance of seeing rain across our eastern and southern counties.  Highs will reach the upper 80s to lower 90s this afternoon.  Tonight scattered thundershowers will begin to taper off shortly after sunset with low temperatures dropping into the lower 70s by Saturday morning.  Saturday we will see scattered showers develop once again during the afternoon.  Highs temperatures will reach the upper 80s to lower 90s.  Find out how long the rain chances look to hang around now on Good Morning East Texas.

Happy Friday the 13th!

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