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First Alert Weather Day for Thursday Afternoon Through Thursday Night
A nice Wednesday is expected. Strong/Severe Storms are likely on Thursday.
Published: Mar. 14, 2023 at 2:41 PM CDT
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East Texas (KLTV) - Here is the Weather Where You Live... As we head into Wednesday, we are looking for a cool start and a mild afternoon under mostly clear to partly cloudy skies. Thursday has now been declared a First Alert Weather Day as strong to severe thunderstorms are expected. Two rounds of storms are possible. The first during the afternoon and the second during the evening and overnight hours. The Storm Prediction Center has placed ALL of East Texas under a SLIGHT RISK, (2/5) or a 15% chance of significant severe weather. I wouldn’t be surprised to see a greater risk indicated before Thursday arrives. Stay tuned for that possibility. The Tornado, Hail, and Flash Flooding Risks are all in the medium category and the Strong/Thunderstorm Wind is HIGH. Winds of 70 mph are possible along with isolated tornadoes, pockets of large hail and some flash flooding as rainfall totals may exceed 2″ within a 6 hour period in some locations. As we head into Friday morning, the rain/storms move over Deep East Texas and finally out of ETX by late morning. Friday afternoon looks to be partly cloudy and very windy, as well as much cooler. Please be Weather Alert on Thursday. Frosty mornings are possible on Saturday and Sunday mornings with low temperatures expected to be in the middle 30s. We warm up a bit on Monday and Tuesday with a few showers possible each day.