East Texans can expect a cold front Tuesday evening, bringing with it a line of thunderstorms and wind.
National Weather Service Shreveport Meteorlogist Davyon Hill said the front should arrive about 8 p.m. Tuesday that will put Tyler under a wind advisory. He said the temperature will drop about 10 degrees after the storm moves in.
"The Tyler area can expect a few light showers into the evening Tuesday and around 8 p.m. a line of thunderstorms will arrive with wind and rain," Hill said. "We haven't had much rain, no moisture, but today the winds are ahead of this front and dynamics are better for a strong storm."
East Texans can expect mid 60s tonight and a high of about 62 degrees on Wednesday. According to Hill, another boundary is coming through on Thursday evening that will drop temperatures again to lows in the 40s late Thursday.
Hill added that the wind probably will be the most severe aspect of the weather pattern.
"East Texas is under a slight risk for an isolated tornado, but currently it looks as though wind will be the main threat (Tuesday night). Thanksgiving day will be a high of 68 degrees."