(KSLA) - The weather is expected to be quiet for a few days until our next system comes in Thursday evening. There will be some rain, but not too much rain. Then it should go back to being quiet through the weekend. By next week, another cold front will arrive bringing heavy rain and another cool down behind it.
Overnight, it will be another cold one. Temperatures will fall to near the freezing mark all across the ArkLaTex. With the clear conditions, and the lack of cloud cover, along with the calmness of the winds, the temperature will be allowed to cool. There will likely be some frost in a few places. Keep this in mind if you have any plants outside, and bring in any pets.
Tuesday will start off on a chilly note, but it will warm up a little by the afternoon. There will once again be plenty of sunshine to help with that. Temperatures will still be a little cooler than normal and only warm up to the lower 60s. Then the clouds will be limited and none of the clouds will bring any rain. So, it should be a good day!
Wednesday will start off with plenty of sunshine, but the clouds will increase later in the day. Especially after sunset. So, if you have any plans, you may want to do them earlier if you want some sunshine. The good news is that the rain chances will remain low. Temperatures will reach the mid 60s.
Thursday will be mostly cloudy with not much sunshine. Our next weather maker will arrive late. There will be some rain along with a few rumbles of thunder. It should not be a washout, nor have any severe weather. Since it will rain so late, you can still go throughout the day without a worry about the rain.
Friday and the weekend will be back to nice with little to no rain. There will still be plenty of clouds around though. So, the sunshine will be limited. With the sunshine limited, the temperatures will not warm up much. Friday and Saturday will warm up to the lower 60s and Sunday will back back in the mid 60s. So, it should not get too cold.
Monday next week, we are already watching for a strong cold front. There is a good chance that early next week will have a lot of rain with a few storms. It is too far out to tell if there will be any severe weather. So be sure to keep up to date with the KSLA first alert forecast. There should also be a drop in temperatures after the front passes through.
Have a good week!
First Alert Meteorologist Grant Roberts