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Last Map Update: Sat, May. 27, 2017 at 8:19:19 pm CDT

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National Weather Service Lake Charles, LA
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Showers and thunderstorms move into SE TX associated with a front late Sunday into Monday. Some severe storms may be possible. The primary threats are wind damage, large hail and localized street flooding.
High heat index values are forecast this holiday weekend. Make sure you know how to stay safe from the heat.
Heading to the beach this weekend? An elevated risk for rip currents is possible along Gulf-facing beaches. Look for breaks in the incoming wave pattern to identify possible locations for rip currents and avoid swimming in those areas.
The 2017 Hurricane Season starts on June 1st. Are you ready?
Here is the May 27th climate and weather history across Southeast Texas.