Severe storms raced across a number of Deep East Texas counties Wednesday evening. Over the course of the night, severe thunderstorm and tornado warnings were issued for Cherokee, Nacogdoches, Shelby, and Panola counties.
Hopefully, the scene from above won't be something that we see around Deep East Texas throughout the day and evening on Tuesday, but severe storms are expected, especially in those areas just south of Lufkin and extending towards Houston and Beaumont.
We'll have great weather at times this week, and you might be looking for things to do outside to make the most of it. Like eat! Food can be even more fun when it's sunny and 75 and there's a great view to go along with the sandwiches and chips.
See if you agree that these are the best picnic areas in Texas.
Each year on February 2nd we have to sit around and wait on Punxsutawney Phil in Pennsylvania to know whether we're going to have more winter, or if spring will come early. Texas has apparently had enough of that nonsense, and that's why we're answering with Bee Cave Bob, the Armadillo.
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