Threat of severe storms tonight
Everything is in place for a severe weather event tonight in Northeast Texas as a super cell producing squall line is expected to bring hurricane force winds to our area.
There will be the potential for large hail, heavy rains, flooding and tornadoes, with those storms probably hitting our area in the late evening hours.
This squall line is predicted to stretch from Central Texas up through Oklahoma and into Kansas and Missouri, but as of right now, Northeast Texas is in the highest risk zone.
According to the National Weather Service out of Shreveport, the moderate risk area now includes all of the four states region.
The Tribune will be actively tracking this weather situation. Stay tuned to our Facebook page for updates throughout the afternoon and evening hours.
Graphic courtesy of the National Weather Service