Several west coast storms will be moving east this week, giving us several opportunities for thunderstorms.
After tonight, the best odds of receiving rain will be on Thursday.
We will be settling in to a very active storm track this week as several storm systems move quickly across the country.
The severe storms we saw up around Rusk and Shelby counties have moved out of the area this evening, with the severe weather threat winding down at this time. As a cold front sweeps through East Texas tonight, we will see clearing skies and cooler weather for Tuesday, it will be short-lived as another west coast storm brings back clouds and the chances for rain on Wednesday.
As this next storm pulls into the Plains on Thursday, we will see widespread rain and thunderstorms develop across East Texas. With strong jet stream winds overhead, strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible across the area once again.
Behind this next storm, yet another one may move in some time next weekend. The weekend storm may not provide much rain, but we do have several days to watch its progress.
The bottom line is that with so many opportunities for rain and thunder this week, make sure to keep your umbrella on hand.
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