WEATHER NOW: Storms with a hail threat overnight

Weather Talk

TYLER, Texas (KETK) – Isolated storms will pass through East Texas into early Friday morning, bringing a primary risk for severe hail. These storms should keep a very low tornado risk as richer Gulf moisture will not increase until closer to morning.

Our main severe weather event is Friday afternoon through early Saturday morning. Read more here.

Latest Weather Alerts:

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Click here to view specific county alerts.

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Take a moment to download the East Texas Storm Team app. You can view Futurecast, and set up custom alerts for multiple locations. You will be notified of lightning and storm alerts, rotating storm threats, and custom messages from your East Texas Storm Team. Download for Apple and Android devices. Also, have a secondary way to receive weather information, like a NOAA Weather Radio.

Here’s a live look at radar as we track our severe weather chances later today.

Click here for our Interactive Radar
& to view Futurecast.

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