No major weather makers are on the way for the week ahead although we will get quick shot of showers later in the week. After a couple of cold mornings expect gradually warmer weather as the week wears on.
We’ll see mostly clear skies tonight. Temperatures will fall into the mid to upper 30s with a light frost possible. Monday will be sunny but cool. Highs on Monday afternoon will reach the low to mid 50s with northerly winds still in place but not as breezy as Sunday was.
Our coldest temperatures of the week come in Monday with lows in the low to mid 30s. Once again a light frost is possible. By Tuesday, southerly winds return with warming temperatures in the mid 60s by the afternoon. We’ll remain mild and dry on Wednesday.
By Thursday, a cold front will bring rain and thunderstorms back into the ArkLaTex. So far, it looks that around the early evening hours, light rainfall will be near and north of the I-30 corridor. As we head into late evening, heavier rain and isolated thunderstorms will build near I-20 and areas north. The rain should move out by early Friday morning. Keep in mind, we’re still several days out and timing and impacts may change, but we’ll keep you updated along the way.
Have a great week ahead!
First Alert Meteorologist Jessica Moore