WEATHER NOW: Storms to increase through Wednesday morning

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TYLER, Texas (KETK) – The East Texas Storm Team is tracking storms overnight, some could be strong or severe.

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We are focused on a frontal boundary lifting northwest back into the area. This will aid in a few strong storms and increase the overall storm threat overnight.

Because of this increasing Gulf moisture and storms overnight, the Storm Prediction Center has a risk for a few severe storms through Wednesday morning. All of East Texas in either a Marginal or Slight risk. Our primary weather concern in any storm would be hail, but heavy rain will accompany these storms also.

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Futurecast

For the remainder of the evening, the storms will remain spotty and isolated in East Texas. After 12 AM, they are projected to increase in coverage. Wednesday morning, we expect most areas to have a wet commute. Storms end across Deep East Texas by late morning to early afternoon.

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