Not too much rain in the forecast for East Texas for today. Just a few possible, generally over the southern most areas of Deep East Texas. During the day tomorrow, a weak area of low pressure will spin out of the Gulf, head toward the NE, allowing for a slightly better chance for showers and a few isolated thundershowers to occur. Best chances appears to be over the Southern and Southeastern sections of East Texas. On Friday, just a few will be possible and then on Saturday, there is a change from earlier forecasts.
A weak cold front is likely to stall over southern Oklahoma on Saturday, allowing for showers and thundershowers to flow southward, across the Red River and into the northern most areas of East Texas. Most of the rain should remain north of I-20, but a few could drift farther south than that. We will watch it for you, for sure.
Temperatures should remain at or slightly below normal for high temperatures through the weekend and then warm to near normal conditions. At this time, there may be a few isolated afternoon/evening showers and/or thundershowers for our 4th of July as well as the 5th. More to come on that.
Have a wonderful day, East Texas.