Tuesday morning through early afternoon portions of East Texas could be dealing with some severe weather.

As a cold front moves into East Texas Tuesday morning, a line of strong thunderstorms could be accompanying it. Storms along the cold front could, once again, produce high winds, flash flooding, large hail and maybe a tornado. The Storm Prediction Center has the central and northern portions of the area in the slight risk category with a 15% chance of severe weather happening and the rest of East Texas in the marginal category, meaning there's a 5% chance of a severe weather outbreak.

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As far as timing goes, the storms are expected to start entering the western East Texas counties around 9 or 9:30 and continue to move east through the area. You'll want to stay weather aware throughout the day. We'll keep you updated from the KLTV 7 First Alert Weather Center.

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