Severe Thunderstorm Watch issued ahead of cold front

Weather Talk

The severe threat from earlier Sunday has moved well off to our east. However, there is still a risk for a few more severe storms this evening ahead of a cold front–mainly for northern counties.

Severe Thunderstorm Watch in effect until 8 PM Sunday.

Counties included: Camp, Cass, Franklin, Hopkins, Marion, Morris, Rains, Titus, Upshur, & Wood.

Sunshine has returned across East Texas, allowing for a decent amount of instability to increase back into our area. A cold front is nearing the Red River, and it has a lot of colder air aloft with it. That will allow storm development capable of producing large hail and damaging wind gusts.

The Storm Prediction Center does continue a medium risk for severe storms to account for this hail threat.

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If you have any pictures of storm damage or hail, send it to KETK and FOX51 on our Report It page.

Meteorologist John Adams will have an update at 5 PM on KETK.

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