Storms possible tonight, more expected for Memorial Day holiday

Weather Talk

The East Texas Storm Team is monitoring storm development near the Red River. Forecast indications show the storms moving east and southeast tonight, bringing a chance of severe weather in our area after 10 PM and lasting into early Saturday morning.

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The outlook from the Storm Prediction Center has northern counties under a “Slight Risk”. The Enhanced Risk is near I-30 and to the north near the Red River. As the storms move into East Texas, they will lose their severe punch, but will remain noisy.

Here is a look at the current radar near the Red River and East Texas.

Click here for our Interactive Radar
& to view Futurecast.

Below are the severe weather alerts, updating every 5 minutes.

You can click here for specific county weather alerts.

This is not the only round of storms we expect in the coming days. Storms will increase starting Sunday into Memorial Day, lasting through late next week.

Chief Meteorologist Marcus Bagwell will have an update at 9 PM on FOX51 and 10 PM on KETK.

See our video above as we break down the storm timing.
Click here for the weather forecast.

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