Storms may be coming

The storms will be capable of producing hail to the size of quarters and wind gusts ranging from 50 to 60 mph. An isolated tornado can not be ruled out, as well. A greater threat for severe thunderstorms will exist over northeast and east Texas.


A cold front could bring severe storms, hail and tornado conditions to the Crossroads on Friday night and Saturday morning.

The storms could produce hail the size of quarters and wind gusts between 50 and 60 mph, according to a National Weather Service bulletin issued Wednesday morning.

Isolated tornadoes could also occur, most likely in the Greater Houston area.

On Friday, a 50% chance for storms during the day is expected to increase to 70% at night.

The low that night is forecast at 52 degrees with a high of 66 degrees Saturday.

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