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Storms could bring large hail and high winds to East Texas Monday

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The Storm Prediction Center has placed East Texas under a "Slight Risk" for severe weather through Tuesday morning. The Storm Prediction Center has placed East Texas under a "Slight Risk" for severe weather through Tuesday morning.
A cold front along a slow moving low pressure system will bring showers and storms into East Texas throughout the day. A cold front along a slow moving low pressure system will bring showers and storms into East Texas throughout the day.
Rain totals could fall between 1-2" over the next few days. Rain totals could fall between 1-2" over the next few days.
TYLER, TX (KLTV) - Showers and storms are building along a slow moving cold front this morning, bringing heavy rain and lightning to East Texas.

A ridge of high pressure that kept us dry last week, has pushed to the west, allowing an area of low pressure to move into the region. This low, along with a slow moving cold front, will continue to trek through East Texas Monday.

Several waves of showers and thunderstorms will move across the area today. The first round will move through during the morning hours of Monday, followed by a break with just a few pop up storms during the afternoon hours. Round two of showers and storms could develop late this evening into the overnight hours.

These storms could become severe at times, producing damaging winds, large hail, and heavy rain. The Storm Prediction Center has placed East Texas under a "Slight Risk" for severe weather until 7 a.m. Tuesday. We're not expecting a widespread severe weather event but a few isolated severe storms can't be ruled out.

The cold front will slowly move to the east, moving out of East Texas by Tuesday morning. The chance for showers and storms will continue through noon Tuesday. Rain totals could reach between 1-2" on average over the next few days, with a few locations seeing higher amounts.

The threat  for severe weather will move to the east on Tuesday into the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys, along the cold front. Portions of Southeast Texas will remain under a "Slight Risk" for severe weather, with the main threats once again being large hail and damaging winds.

The rainfall should begin to clear the area during the early morning hours of Tuesday. Look for clearing skies by Tuesday afternoon with warm and humid conditions returning to the area. The next chance for showers and storms beyond Monday will arrive Friday.

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