WEATHER ALERT: Intense line of severe storms late tonight into early Wednesday

Weather Talk

Our Storm Team has declared Tuesday as a Severe Weather Alert Day. This timeframe is now until about 4 AM Wednesday.

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WEATHER SET-UP:

A strong cold front has triggered severe storms north of the Red River and this is sliding south into East Texas.

With this line moving southeast, we will see a line of intense storms capable of damaging wind gusts. Because of this storm threat, the Storm Prediction Center has the majority of East Texas in an “Enhanced” risk, and a rare “Moderate” risk for our central and northern counties. This means that numerous severe storms are likely. Our primary threat is damaging wind gusts, but hail & isolated tornadoes are possible too.

Our Storm Team will be tracking the storms overnight and into early Wednesday morning.

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See our video above as we break down the storm timing.
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