WEST TEXAS (KOSA) -- 12:30 p.m. Update: Showers and thunderstorms are still lingering in the lower Trans Pecos and Mountain areas.
Gusty wind, hail and potential tornadoes were forecast Saturday across the Southeast. (Source: Jan Mallander / MGN Online)
Look for those storms to move east out of the region by this afternoon.
Expect plenty of sunshine and warmer weather for the rest of the week.
8:10 a.m. Update: Showers and thunderstorms continue this morning across West Texas.
Brief heavy rainfall with small hail is possible with some of the storms.
No severe weather is expected this afternoon across the Permian Basin with the exception of the extreme lower Trans Pecos which could see an isolated severe thunderstorm.
Rain chances will diminish starting this evening.
As we head into the morning, most showers have pushed out of the METRO area. We're seeing our LAST round of storms off to the west into the mountains.
Showers and T-storms possible through-out the morning commute for Midland/Odessa + Trans-Pecos from this last round of storms located over the Davis Mountains. The biggest flooding threat looks to be SOUTH of the Pecos River. Strongest storms will go south too.
Rain and t-storms will be on and off after 6/7A until dinner-time on your Wednesday. Severe threat is very low. Flooding risk is moderate, especially into the Trans-Pecos. We'll have more updates coming up on Wake Up West Texas.