(KNOE 8 WEATHER) - We're watching our next round of thunderstorms for tomorrow.
A strong upper-level disturbance will creep into the Great Plains overnight Tuesday. At the surface, cold, dry air from the Rockies will meet up with warm, moist Gulf moisture. At that intersection, a strong line of thunderstorms will form from Oklahoma through deep East Texas.
The storms will move into Louisiana Wednesday afternoon.
The rain will start probably between 4-5 p.m. and end around late evening.
All modes of severe weather, Including a small threat of isolated tornadoes, appears possible.
Right now, it appears hail, damaging winds, and localized street flooding will be the biggest impacts.