(KSLA) - The weather for the ArkLaTex will not be changing much over the next several days. There will be some rain possible Thursday night, but anything that falls looks spotty and light. Temperatures will also be near or above average for a few days.
Overnight, it will cool down to the mid to upper 30s. So, we will not have any freezing temperatures in the morning. It will still be cold enough for a jacket as you head out the door. It will be mostly clear with a few clouds passing by.
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. Temperatures will reach the mid to upper 60s.
Thursday will feature a mix of clouds and sunshine. Our next weather maker won’t arrive until after sunset. Temperatures will warm to near 70. Since it will rain so late, you can still go throughout the day without a worry about getting wet, and those that do see showers, may not even notice it since we will be sleeping.
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 to upper 60s. So, it should not get too cold. It should be a nice weekend!
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.
It is a little unclear when this cold front will arrive. There is a chance it lingers long enough to not arrive until Tuesday. I have shifted the rain chance to be higher Tuesday now. I have them up to 30% Monday and 40% Tuesday.
Have a great week!
First Alert Meteorologist Grant Roberts