Coming up on Good Morning East Texas: The space shuttle "Discovery" is due to return home this morning. We'll have live coverage of the shuttle's scheduled landing in Florida.
An East Texas seminary student is behind bars, accused of indecency with a child. We'll tell you what church officials have to say about his case.
Some flights are resuming today in Europe. We'll hear from some of the travelers who have been stranded because of the cloud of ash from a volcano in Iceland.
And…they're sharing their faith through song. We'll meet Matt and Megan Magill in today's "Proud of East Texas".
Clouds moved back in to the area overnight, keeping our temperatures much warmer than we anticipated yesterday. Most of us are waking up with lows in the middle to upper 50s. Today we will see partly cloudy skies with highs reaching the middle 70s. Temperatures will gradually warm each afternoon, reaching the lower 80s by the end of the work week.
It still appears a potent storm system will develop Thursday to our west and drag a dry line through East Texas on Friday. Along this line, strong to severe thunderstorms could develop. We still have a few days to monitor this system, but right now it appears this system could be the first major severe weather producer since the January 20th tornado outbreak. Stay Tuned!