Good afternoon! Since my laptop is off being repaired, I’ll be trying to post using an iPad for the first time. If something is messed up, I’ll work at making improving my mobile posting abilities.
The Storm Prediction Center has issued their standard slight risk of severe thunderstorms (the yellow outline) for a good chunk of east and southeast Texas. Those inside the risk have a fifteen percent chance of having severe weather occur within 25 miles of their location. Based on the current data, the primary severe weather risk looks to be downburst winds over 60 MPH with the strongest storms. This does not look to be a widespread threat. The most likely area to receive thunderstorms on Saturday is Northeast Texas into Arkansas tomorrow afternoon into the early evening hours.