Daytime highs will top out in the low to mid 80s this afternoon. A weak cold front allowing the development of showers and even a thunderstorm, or two. Strong system to our west will track near the ArkLaTex overnight. A few storms possible for the far western edge of the region.
Strong to severe storms possible for Wednesday for the entire area, as the driving force for these storms progresses closer to the region. Daytime highs will reach the lower 80s tomorrow afternoon. Storms will develop later in the day, and track through the ArkLaTex through the overnight hours. Strong, damaging wind, isolated tornadoes and locally heavy rainfall will be the biggest threats with this system.
A cold front will push out midday on Thursday, allowing for a few more showers and even a few storms Thursday morning. We'll see conditions improve greatly with highs much cooler in the mid 70s.
Friday will be a calm and quiet day. Sunny conditions return to region with highs reaching the upper 70s. Saturday will be mostly sunny as highs progress back into the lower 80s.
Rain and storm chances return on Sunday, with a few stronger storms possible. As of now, the biggest threat looks to be south of I-20, but with this system being a few days out, we could see things change. We will continue to keep our eye on Sunday. Storm chances remain elevated Monday.
An afternoon shower, or two will remain possible on Tuesday with warm conditions returning on Wednesday as daytime highs rebound into the lower 80s.
Stormtracker 12 Meteorologist Nicole Madden
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