Our rain chances will start to pick back up late Friday into Saturday morning as our next cold front drops from north to south across the area.
Rain could impact your Friday evening and Saturday morning. KSLA First Alert Meteorologist James Parish will track the rain hour-by-hour on FutureTrack in the video below.
Luckily, strong to severe storms are not expected Friday evening through Saturday morning. Not one parish or county in the area will be under even a Marginal Risk of severe weather.
Widespread rainfall totals between 0.5-1.5″ of rain will be possible Friday afternoon through Saturday afternoon. A few places could see up to 2″ of rain. The latest run of FutureTrack shows locally higher amounts will be possible across portions of E TX. Since parts of the area have already seen a lot of rain this week, minor flooding of low lying or poor drainage areas will be possible.
Rain could impact a few Friday night football games. The best chance of rain Friday evening will be along and north of the I-30 corridor. Shreveport-Bossier, the rest of the I-20 corridor and points to the south will likely stay dry. Not everyone will need an umbrella. However, everyone will need a light jacket. Temperatures will slowly drop through the 60s and into the upper 50s throughout the game.
Our rain chances will wrap up from north to south across the area Saturday morning into Saturday afternoon. The best chance of rain on Saturday will be along and south of the I-20 corridor. By the late afternoon, the rain will be gone and the sky will be clearing from north to south. Highs on Saturday will be in the mid to upper 60s. Even though Sunday will be cooler, it is going to be the better half of the weekend for outdoor activities because it will be dry and sunny.
With a mostly clear sky and quiet conditions, temperatures will tumble Sunday night! Overnight lows will be in the low to mid 40s. A few places along and north of I-30 could drop into the upper 30s Monday morning.
Once the rain leaves on Saturday, our rain chances will not pick up again until the middle of next week.
The KSLA First Alert Weather Team will continue to be your First Alert on the potential for rain that could impact your Friday evening and Saturday.
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