TYLER, TX (KLTV) - Here’s a look at the weather where you live: Showers moving through East Texas will persist overnight and into tomorrow morning. Areas between the rain will likely still see some sprinkles/drizzle as well as pockets of dense fog so a Dense Fog Advisory has been issued until 9 AM tomorrow. A warm front will continue to push through the area overnight shifting winds from the south by midnight so temps tomorrow morning will likely be a few degrees warmer than they were this afternoon. A Pacific cold front will begin to push through East Texas starting early tomorrow morning and it will be during this frontal passage that we have the best chance to see stronger to severe thunderstorms developing. If we do see strong to severe thunderstorms, the greatest threats will be small to medium size hail, gusty damaging winds and some possible localized flooding. While the greater risk for tornadoes is further east, the threat is not at zero for East Texas. Once the front moves through, temperatures will still likely climb into the mid to upper 60s by the afternoon with clearing skies and sun by the late afternoon. Sunny skies for Sunday and Monday before cloud cover and slight rain chances return the forecast by Tuesday and stay in the forecast through Thursday. From now until tomorrow afternoon it would be very wise to keep your phones and tablets charged and to stay very weather aware. Keep an eye on our KLTV/KTRE First Alert Weather Apps. We will keep you updated. Stay safe everyone.