Rain and storms are moving east and will be ending in the early overnight hours.
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The Storm Prediction Center has parts of East Texas in a Marginal Risk for severe weather–but this is a very small chance, and mainly focused in Deep East Texas.
Storms that could pose a damaging wind threat or an isolated tornado would occur in southern areas (south of HWY 79) where Gulf moisture has increased today.
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All of this rain ends early Tuesday morning with some sunshine and a few dry days up ahead!
OVERNIGHT: Storms move east and end after 4 AM. Lingering showers through daybreak. Mainly cloudy. Lows: middle 50s. Wind: Becoming North 10 mph.
TUESDAY: More clouds than sunshine. Breezy and less humid. High: 68. Wind: North 10-15 mph.
WEDNESDAY: Sunshine continues. Cool morning, comfortable afternoon. Lows in the 40s. High: 71. Wind: SE 5-10 mph.
THURSDAY: Clouds pick back up, and a 20% chance of rain by evening and night. Low: 51. High: 69. Wind: SE 10 mph.
FRIDAY: A 40% chance of rain and storms. A few storms could be gusty. Warm & humid. Low: 58. High: 76. Wind: South 10 mph.
SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy, but a 30% chance of rain continues. Low: 49. High: 73. Wind: Variable 5 mph.
SUNDAY: Warmer, scattered t-storms. Chances at 40%. Low: 60. High: 76. Wind: South 10 mph.
MONDAY: A 30% chance of rain and t-storms. Low: 65. High: 78. Wind: SW 10 mph.