Spring time in East Texas can be rough weather wise at times and it appears as if we could be in for a round of severe weather Wednesday afternoon into Wednesday evening and then clearing out Thursday morning.

UPDATED - East Texas could be under the gun for a few rounds of showers and storms throughout the afternoon and evening.  The Storm Prediction Center has upgraded the potential for severe weather moving through a good part of East Texas from slight to enhanced which on a scale from 1 to 5, we moved from a 2 to a 3.  This enhanced area indicates there could be damaging winds in excess of 60 mph, hail up to an inch in diameter along with torrential rain that could lead to flash flooding and the possibility of an isolated tornado.

ORIGINAL POST - KLTV 7 Chief Meterologist Mark Scirto says their is an increased danger due to high winds, flooding rains, hail and the possibility of isolated tornadoes (mainly in our Eastern and Southern counties) with the storms that are expected to move through East Texas late Wednesday afternoon around the time you drive home.

Mark Scirto says the majority of the severe weather is expected to come in the form of high winds, heavy rains that could cause flash flooding and hail. Mark describes the timetable and what you can expect from this line of storms that's expected to move through tomorrow afternoon in the video below.

It is of course that time of the year when we need to be weather alert and stay tuned to Mix 93-1, Classic Rock 96-1, 101.5 KNUE and Hot 107-3 Jamz for the latest in severe weather coverage from the Storm Tracker 7 weather team of Mark Scrirto, Cedric Haynes, Sara Fletcher and Daniel Graves. In the event of a severe weather outbreak consisting of tornado warnings, our stations will suspend normal programming and join KLTV 7 with their severe weather coverage because your safety is more important than the music we play and our number one priority is serving the communities we broadcast to.

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