DEEP EAST TEXAS (KTRE) - It certainly feels like summertime as the humidity is thick in East Texas. Southerly winds will lead to muggy nights followed by warm afternoons under partly sunny skies and muggy conditions.
Another western storm system will eject into the plains on Tuesday and will provide us with a 40 percent chance of some scattered showers and thunderstorms moving into the Piney Woods on Tuesday afternoon. We should be void of severe weather, with most of the dynamics staying north of our area.
Once we get into the mid-week time frame and beyond, high pressure will be the dominate weather feature going forward, leading to lots of sunshine to go along with warm, humid, and mainly dry conditions. With highs around 90 degrees and lots of mugginess in the air, we will certainly be feeling very much like early summer in East Texas as no cold fronts look to be coming down the pike anytime soon.
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