A strong front that has wreaked havoc on Texas and parts of Arkansas will push east overnight, bringing a slight chance of severe weather on Tuesday according to the National Weather Service. While exact times are still unsure at this point, the threat of severe weather seems imminent at this point. Strong winds and heavy winds are pretty much guaranteed, but a chance of severe storms and tornadoes is being forecasted. We will monitor the situation overnight and keep you apprised of the situation as it develops. Follow us on Twitter @Williamsonsrc or @wmsonseverewx for updated conditions. @Wimsonseverewx will be following in more detail the NWS and local meteorologists and giving you that info as it becomes available.
Here’s some tweets from some of the havoc this system has already unleashed:
— Lane Musgrave (@lanesy) May 25, 2015
Six Flags Arlington is underwater right now pic.twitter.com/yNmwzalS0E
— Connor (@McCartyConnor) May 25, 2015
Rough night in Aggieland. Tornado warning, severe t-storm warning AND flash flood warning near College Station TX. pic.twitter.com/zuDvLWkPLZ
— Paul Heggen (@PaulHeggenWSMV) May 25, 2015