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Taking a brief break from the storm’s track before another westerly storm brings thunderstorms late Thursday

DEEP EAST TEXAS (KTRE) – The night will be partly cloudy and cool with lows in the mid 40s. We may see patchy fog and low cloud forming leading to a cloudy start to Wednesday.

Any low clouds will dissipate fairly quickly as high pressure builds up behind the starting low pressure area, giving way to plenty of blue skies and sunshine galore for most of your Wednesday. With a light southwesterly wind combined with plenty of sunshine, temperatures will be mild and pleasant as we peak in the lower 70s.

Thursday will start mostly sunny before thicker clouds build rapidly across Piney Woods mid to late in the day. With another Pacific storm system approaching our area, we will see a high 60% chance of showers and thunderstorms late evening and overnight. A few thunderstorms could be strong to severe with hail and high winds possible in some of the stronger cells.

Behind this system, skies will clear on Friday, setting the stage for a great weekend and a spectacular weekend ahead.

This coming weekend, the cool mornings will give way to mild and pleasant afternoons under lots of blue skies and abundant sunshine. We will have morning lows in the lower 40s with daytime highs in the lower to middle 70s, which will give good spring weather to get outdoors.

However, with the storm track remaining active, another western storm system will bring us another picture of spring thunderstorms early next week. These thunderstorms could be severe as we will have deeper humidity and sufficient atmospheric elevation to generate these spring storms in our part of the state.

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