Today is the first dry day this week. It’s a great change! However, with three days of wet, sloppy and tense commutes, it seems like it’s been raining for weeks. I’m sure you know what I mean. And the highs in the 60s to near 70 sure is a break from the chilly 50s. We will see a change, though, by mid day Friday. After another warm day, we will see clouds increase along with rain approaching the area from the west as a cold front approaches from the north. By sunset, rain develops in the I-30 corridor. This could affect Friday night football for some. Rain moves south overnight and through the rest of the Ark-La-Tex during the day Saturday. We should still see a relatively warm day along and south of I-20 Saturday but there will be a partial clearing and falling temps after the front moves through.
There are two changes for Sunday. There should be abundant sunshine but much cooler temps. Lows will be in the 40s to near 50 followed by highs either side of 60. Still, it will be a gorgeous Sunday! One more change I must prepare you for as you start your Monday. Get ready. Prepare. It appears that the lows Monday for most could be in the low 40s, the coldest lows so far this season. I’ll go out on a limb and add that there may be some upper 30s in the far northern areas of the Ark-La-Tex. Yes, I said out on a limb. We’ll see. So enjoy the rest of this dry and warm Thursday and be ready for changes in our weather.