There is a slight risk for severe thunderstorms Wednesday afternoon and evening across portions of East Texas and Western Louisiana along and south of Interstate 20. Showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop along an approaching cold front north of the Interstate 30 corridor early Wednesday morning before spreading southeast and becoming widespread across the remainder of the Four State Region during the day Wednesday. until then SUN, and 80's with light winds
Some storms may become severe ahead of the front Wednesday afternoon and evening across portions of Deep East Texas and Western Louisiana along and south of Interstate 20. Damaging winds and large hail will be the primary threats. I don't see us getting the 1/2 dollar size hail nor the 60-75 mile per winds except under the larger T-storms down bursts ahead of the main front out flows.
Impacts: Damaging winds and large hail Wednesday afternoon and evening, mainly in the slight risk area. Locally heavy rainfall will be possible area wide from late Thursday morning is possible with this fast moving front.
The NWS Slight risk is the mid point for Severe weather. Low to No tornado activity is expected, but strong winds as the cold air aloft collides with very humid Gulf air (10-15 mph) at the surface and temperatures in the 80-82 degrees range. The strong Southerly winds will begin their arrival mid day Tuesday along with with the arrival of clouds moving in around noon to 2 pm. Those very warm 80-82 degree temps will contribute to the event.