SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) - Good Wednesday morning! As we reach the middle of the week we are going to be peaking with our forecast as temperatures will be near 70 degrees along with mostly sunny skies. We are still watching a weak cold front at the end of the week that will bring some showers to northern parts of the ArkLaTex. Our next chance for a major cool down will come early next week with a much more powerful front.
As for your Wednesday you will need the jackets this morning as we are seeing some chilly temperatures to start the day. But once the sun comes up our temperatures should quickly follow suit topping out in the upper 60s along with mostly sunny skies.
Later in the week clouds will be on the increase out ahead of our next weather maker. We should be able to stay dry Thursday. But starting during the overnight hours and especially Friday showers will be moving through parts of the ArkLaTex. None of this rain will be heavy Friday, but some of you may need the umbrella.
Your weekend forecast is shaping up to be dry and relatively comfortable as the front won’t have a dramatic impact on our temperatures. The big changes will be coming early next week when a strong cold front will sweep through the ArkLaTex.
In the meantime get ready for a very comfortable Wednesday! First Alert Meteorologist Andrew Brightman