Even though Easter falls early this year, it could fall in the middle of an active pattern of stormy weather across much of the nation including Texas from Good Friday through Easter into early next week.
If you have outdoor plans this Easter weekend, have a solid "Plan B" ready to go.
Stay with WBAP for the latest on this developing weather pattern.
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- - Chief Meteorologist Brad Barton