By Mark Scirto email@example.com
The Storm Prediction Center has areas, North of I-20, under a SLIGHT RISK for severe weather through early Monday Morning.
Through the rest of the night, scattered showers and strong to severe thunderstorms are possible over the northern 1/2 of East Texas, however, as of 11:45PM on Sunday, just a few scattered showers and a few thundershowers exist and are weakening quickly.
In any storms that may develop, Frequent Lightning, Hail, Very Heavy Rainfall and Wind Gusts near 60mph are possible. We have had several storms move through ETX lately that have downed numerous trees and power lines and these storms could do the same.
As we move through the day on Monday, chances for showers and storms will once again fire up during the heat of the day with Highs reaching the upper 90s for most of ETX again tomorrow. Please stay tuned to KLTV and KLTV.COM as well as our Facebook and Twitter accounts to keep up on the latest weather information. As Always, Downloading our FREE KLTV Weather App and StormTracker 7 ThunderCall is always a way to stay Ahead of the Storms.
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