A storm complex over Texas will track to the east into Louisiana Saturday morning. Storms could fire up over the area Saturday morning, but the best chance will likely come late morning through the early evening hours. Some storms may be intense. Make sure you have multiple ways to receive alerts and have a backup plan if you will be outdoors at any point on Saturday. Otherwise, it’s going to be partly sunny, hot and, swampy with high temperatures in the 80s.
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Potential Impacts and Timing
Storms may produce strong winds, frequent lightning, downpours, and some hail. The tornado threat is very low, but not zero. Storms will be slow-movers, which means localized flash flooding will be a concern. Estimated rain totals look to be around 1 to 2 inches with locally higher amounts likely for the areas that get caught under the storms.
After the Storms
A summer-like weather pattern is expected Sunday and into next week – daily pop-up thunderstorms, highs in the upper 80s and lower 90s with high humidity.
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