Coming up on Good Morning East Texas: Federal investigators are making another public appeal for tips to help them track down a suspect in a string of possible pipe bombs across East Texas. We'll tell you why they believe it's important to find the suspect as soon as possible.
Better weather is on the way to the northeastern U.S., but people in several communities are still dealing with all of the water left behind by several days of heavy rainfall. We'll tell you which parts of the country are still facing flood watches.
She has decided to stay. We'll tell you why Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison won't be leaving Washington, D.C. after all.
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A strong low-level jet stream is bringing in a significant amount of Gulf moisture across East Texas this morning. This is why we are seeing a few more clouds in the area. This afternoon, we will see partly cloudy skies and breezy conditions once again. High temperatures will be around 80 degrees. Tonight we will see temperatures only drop into the middle 60s thanks to clouds and southerly winds. There could even be an isolated shower late tonight near the Trinity River.
Tomorrow is still looking like we could see a round of severe weather. The best bet on the timing of the strong to severe storms will be late afternoon across our western counties, and then sweeping east throughout the evening hours. Right now, large hail and gusty winds appear to be the main threat as a squall line moves through the area. However, any isolated storm that develops ahead of this squall line could produce an isolated tornado or two. Stay tuned to your East Texas News Leader for the latest.