Cut & paste forecast. Sorry I've been slacking. Recovery has been rough.
*There is a chance of thunderstorms on Monday that could produce severe weather in the form of a line associated with a cold front.
*Around sunrise it will be mostly cloudy with spotty showers and mild temperatures in the mid 60s.
*It's around noon time that a line of thunderstorms will develop in Southeast Texas, with the bulk of the stormy weather north of Houston and closer to Huntsville.
*Some discreet supercells ahead of the line could include tornadoes. The tornado risk for Southeast Texas is LOW overall but not zero. 2% sounds low, but its actually level 2 of 5 on the severe scale.
I DO NOT think we will see a major severe weather outbreak in SE Texas tomorrow.
*This broken line of showers and thunderstorms will clear out of Houston by 3 p.m. and all of Southeast Texas by 5 p.m. Rain chances will be lowest south of I-10.
I'm afraid Louisiana and Mississippi are going to have BIG problems tomorrow with EF2+ tornadoes a real possibility. If you're heading northeast into central Louisiana for the afternoon and evening, you need to stay weather aware.