East Texas (KLTV/KTRE) - Here is a look at the weather where you live: Happy Wednesday, East Texas! Scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will continue to be likely throughout the bulk of our afternoon and evening in East Texas as a slow-moving cold front steadily advances through the area. Widespread light to moderate rainfall will be likely for most East Texans who see the rain, but a few stronger thunderstorms will be possible along the front in Deep East Texas. Isolated damaging winds and even a quick spin-up tornado will be possible within these stronger thunderstorms, so we ask everyone to remain weather alert today until the front moves through your area. Most of the rain ends tonight, but a few light scattered showers will be possible early tomorrow morning before skies dry out around lunchtime tomorrow. Temperatures behind the front will be quite chilly, dropping into the lower 40s by tomorrow morning and likely only warming into the upper 40s to near 50 degrees in the afternoon. Skies remain cloudy throughout the day tomorrow, but will finally clear out by Friday morning as temperatures drop down further into the middle 30s. Highs over the next few days will not see much warming, with most of East Texas remaining in the upper 40s to lower 50s through Saturday. Another upper-level disturbance tracks in on Sunday which will bring another shot at showers for a good portion of East Texas before skies dry out once more Monday morning. We’ll see a cold, below freezing, start to the workweek but will thankfully see a warming trend take place which will allow our afternoons to finally climb into the middle to upper 50s by Wednesday.