Coming up on Good Morning East Texas: President Barack Obama will make history when he signs the health care reform bill later this morning. We'll have a live report from Washington on what to expect from the White House after it becomes law…and have details on which states plan to file a challenge in court to try to prevent it from ever taking effect.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott is among those state officials vowing to challenge the health care bill in court. We'll hear why he thinks the measure violates the U.S. Constitution.
Seven people are now facing drug charges after an undercover operation on the campus of an East Texas college. We'll tell you what officers say they found at the home of one of the suspects.
Plus…they've got an impressive collection of "Vipers"…but they're not calling the exterminator. We'll meet a couple who has invested more than $3 million on sports cars in today's "Proud of East Texas".
Well, it is finally going to feel like spring outside as we see lots of sunshine this afternoon and highs reaching the middle 70s. Not quite as cool as we have seen lately for this evening. Low temperatures tomorrow morning will be around 50 degrees. Another warm day tomorrow with highs reaching the middle 70s before a cold front moves into the area. We will see a line of thunderstorms Wednesday night into early Thursday morning. Right now it does not appear we will see any severe weather with this line, but a few storms could produce small hail and gusty winds. It will be slightly cooler Thursday behind the cold front with highs reaching the upper 60s.
We warm back into the 70s again for Friday and Saturday with another front approaching late Saturday. Right now, it looks as though moisture will be hard to come by but we could see a few isolated storms. If we do have more moisture to work with, some severe storms would be possible as this is a very dynamic system forecast for the weekend. We have a few days to monitor this developing storm so stay with your East Texas News Leader for the latest.