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Strong to Severe Storms Possible on Sunday In East Texas

If you have plans for the weekend...and they are to be outdoors on Sunday...You may want to keep a very, very close eye on the weather.

A Strong Cold front will move through the East Texas area during the midday hours on Sunday. As a warm front precedes the cold front early on Sunday morning, there may be some heavy showers and isolated thunderstorms...some of the thunderstorms during this time may reach severe limits...and then again as the cold front moves through very early Sunday afternoon.

The greatest risk for Sunday...although, at this time is SLIGHT, would be Damaging Winds, Hail and even an isolated Tornado or two.

Please stay tuned to KLTV and kltv.com for the latest updates on the severe weather threat throughout the weekend. Also remember to check out the weather page for the latest updates on this storm. You can also track the storms as they move through East Texas using our interactive radar. Throughout the weekend, check in with our facebook page and be sure to follow Mark Scirto, Grant Dade and Brett Collar.

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