Overnight Weather at your Fingertips
East Texas (KLTV/KTRE) - Here is the Weather Where You Live... First Alert Weather Days are in effect for Tuesday and Wednesday. Most of the strong/severe storms on Tuesday should be during the late afternoon through the early nighttime hours. For Wednesday, the strongest storms are expected along the cold front during the afternoon/evening hours. A few may form during the morning as well. So, with these severe weather time periods defined, the chance for isolated tornadoes is very low this evening and increases a bit during the evening on Tuesday and during the afternoon/early evening hours on Wednesday as the cold front moves through. Some pockets of hail are possible this evening over northern locations, then increase area-wide on Tuesday as the dry-line moves through...late afternoon/evening hours. Some pockets of hail will be possible on Wednesday afternoon/evening as the cold front passes through ETX. Please remain Weather Alert. On Tuesday...ALL of East Texas is under a Slight Risk for significant severe storms (15% chance for significant severe storms)...and even an ENHANCED RISK (30% chance of Significant Severe Weather) over the far Western Counties through Wednesday AM...then as the cold front moves through on Wednesday afternoon, an ENHANCED RISK is in place for the NE sections of ETX. Please see graphics for county outline. Once the front moves through, the risk for severe storms ends. A few showers will be possible Friday through Monday of next week, but nothing severe is expected. Please remain Weather Alert as we all venture through the next few days. We will keep you update often.