Friday's storms will have the potential to generate hail in the morning, and hail plus wind and tornadoes later in the day. Flash flooding is also possible with torrential rain in spots. Much improved weather moves in for the weekend. Remember, never drive through floodwater - turn around, don't drown!
Those high electric bills are expected to go even higher as temperatured begin to rise but there is a way to beat the summer heat without burning a hole in your pocket.
First News AM Lisa Monahan went to the experts for some tips to make you energy smart and she found out a few easy chanegs in your home can save up to $100.000.
For additional energy saving tips and to track your kilowatt usage you can visit
http://www.txu.com/Cultures/en-US/Energy/Residential/ or http://www.oge.com
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