First Alert: Heat Advisory in effect to finish out the weekend

Happy Sunday Night! Lows will stay warm and muggy in the mid to low 80s between now and overnight. Temperatures will eventually dip into the mid and upper 70s before sunrise. This warmth is only a glimpse of the heat that will return on Monday afternoon. The Heat Advisory has been extended to 7pm with heat indices between 105 and 110. Be mindful of anyone you know of or you yourself that will have to be out in tomorrow’s potentially dangerous heat.

High pressure continues to dominate this hot August summertime weather. Monday will be not much different than Sunday. Mostly sunny skies expected tomorrow with air temperatures reaching the upper 90s with very slim rain chances. Any showers or storms that develop could produce locally heavy rainfall and lightning, but won’t be long lived. Keep and umbrella just in case a shower pops up in your area.

We’ll keep the upper 90s in the beginning and mid work week. By the latter half, a low pressure system out in the Gulf could bring better rain chances and lower temperatures into the ArkLaTex. We’ll continue to keep you updated with the latest on web and the app.

Have a great night!

KSLA First Alert Meteorologist Jessica Moore

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