TYLER, Texas (KETK) – We’re keeping an eye on storms today that will likely impact outdoor plans.
These storms are associated with the upper disturbance to our northeast that will bring in the rain to the southwest toward East Texas – a pattern we typically do not see.
With this setup for Saturday, a few strong storms could be possible with this next round, but it won’t be widespread. Heavy rain will be our primary concern. Rain is moving in this morning, should increase in coverage this afternoon, especially south of I-20.
Where the heaviest rain occurs, Futurecast indicates possibly one to two inches of rain in some areas.
The primary weather threat will be heavy rain, but if a severe storm does develop, it can contain gusty winds and hail. Tornado threat staying very low.
Check out the video above for a
detailed look at Futurecast regarding storm timing.
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