Published: Fri, April 28, 2017
National | By Miranda Cannon

Storms to impact Thursday evening commute

Storms to impact Thursday evening commute

A cold front will again approach the area Sunday night into Monday, where severe weather will be a concern as a "ling of organized thunderstorms accompanies the front".

Saturday will see an 80 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms and a high near 73. Now we are looking at an afternoon/early evening time period where strong to severe storms could move through East Texas.

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Sunday's weather will be just like Saturday except temperatures should be about ten degrees warmer. Winds should diminish rapidly by nightfall this evening, as surface high pressure settles across the area. Along with the clearing sky, drier air is working in for tonight and this weekend. Temperatures will cool down on Wednesday. By the way, did you know that today is our la. This boundary will eventually be located near the I-40 or possibly the I-44 corridor region by Friday midday through afternoon.

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That front coupled with a "great deal" of wind energy means conditions are ripe for severe storms to erupt, he said.

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The region of greatest concern for severe weather (and especially tornadoes) will be along and east of Hwy 67 in Missouri up into metro St. Louis, especially metro east and then along and southeast of I-55 in IL.

A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued until 1 p.m Wednesday. "Folks are more apt to respond to weather warnings when they here a storm has already done something".

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