Severe Weather Threat Gone, Sunshine and dry conditions are back

Severe Weather Threat Gone, Sunshine and dry conditions are back
Tornado Watch now in effect until 7pm (Source: KSLA News 12)

Happy Saturday ArkLaTex! The severe threat has long left the ArkLaTex. After all of the rain and thunderstorms, some severe, we’re left with clear skies throughout the night as a much quieter weather pattern sets up for us heading into the work week.

Overnight tonight, temperatures will fall into the mid and upper 40s under clear skies. Heading out the door Sunday morning for the early church service, temperatures will be in the upper 40s near 50. By the afternoon, we’ll warm into the mid and upper 50s. Expect mostly sunny skies to persist throughout the day, however it will be a breezy Sunday. Winds will blow 10-15 mph with winds out of the NW become WNW.

Monday and Tuesday, early morning temperatures will fall once again into the 30s. Thankfully most places will stay above freezing, but frost may develop in some areas. Temperatures on Monday will be the coldest of the week in the low to mid 50s. By Tuesday, we’ll be back on the mild side in the low 60s.

Rain free conditions will persist until Thursday as another front will bring rain and thunderstorms into the ArkLaTex. Thankfully, they do not look severe at the moment, but we’ll be sure to let you know if anything changes.

Have a great weekend! First Alert Meteorologist Jessica Moore

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