Cooling off and quieting down for the weekend

Cooling off and quieting down for the weekend
Strong storms arrive tonight

The threat for severe weather has ended across the ArkLaTex. Some rain will linger into Saturday morning. With colder air moving in there’s a chance that a few snowflakes could mix in with the rain north of I-30. No accumulations or travel issues are expected.

Plenty of clouds will stick around through the day. There is a chance, however, to see some sunshine in the afternoon. Temperatures will be in the mid 50s in the morning, but will fall to the lower 40s but the end of the afternoon. So you may need a jacket.

Sunday will be nice and dry with no rain around! Finally some good weather! There will be a few passing clouds, but plenty of sunshine too. Temperatures will start out cold with many of us below freezing. By the afternoon though, it will warm up to the mid to upper 50s.

Unfortunately, the rain will not stay away for too long. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday all have a good chance for more rain. It does not appear to heave any severe implications though. So this will just be rain and a few storms. Rain chances are up to 50% Monday, and 40% Tuesday and Wednesday. Keep your rain gear for next week!

Temperatures will also be warm again Tuesday and Wednesday. There will be temperatures reaching the 70s in the afternoon. However, by Thursday there will be another cold front that passes through. This will drop temperatures back to the 50s in the afternoon. So, these temperatures will continues jumping up and down next week too.

Stay safe tonight! Have a great weekend, and don’t take it for granted!

KSLA First Alert Meteorologist Grant Roberts

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