East Texas (KLTV) – Here's the weather where you live … Mostly cloudy in the cloudy skies are awaited for the rest of our election night. Overnight, a low-pressure area will move east, along a steady front, and as such, the low will slowly begin to pull a little cooler air in East Texas. This should also allow some water and / or storms to appear, generally to the north of Interstate 20. Another cold front is expected to compete in the area late Thursday / early in the morning to bring even more cool air to this area. Some light showers will be loud all night long and some more moderate rain as we find ourselves on Wednesday morning. Light rain is possible all day tomorrow, while few more moderate showers and even some thunder will be possible late on Thursday and very early on Friday morning. Friday afternoon, the rain is over, and the cold air comes in. The low of these weekends should be in the over 30 on Saturday morning and the lowest of 40 on Sunday. It rises in the mid-50s for Thursday, Friday and Saturday, then in the lower decade of the 60th on Sunday. A lot of sunshine is expected on Saturday with few clouds on Sunday. Early next week, another front moves late on Monday with little or no moisture expected. The righteous in the partly cloudy skies are expected with cool mornings and cool afternoons.