The nice and dry weather that we started the week with will be short lived as another rain maker moves in for Tuesday. After the rain passes, temperatures will fall slightly below average until the weekend where the 70s may make a return once again.
Tonight clouds will begin to build back in as our next weather maker rolls in Tuesday morning. Overnight, we’ll drop into mid 40s once again.
Rain will be moving in early Tuesday morning and will likely lead to a wet commute for some especially across eastern Texas. Rain will be sticking around for most of the day and can’t rule out a few thunderstorms, but nothing severe is expected at this time. Temperatures as you would expect will be cooler with high temperatures expected in the mid 50s. Rain will likely continue into the evening hours before tapering off by Wednesday morning.
Wednesday lingering showers in the morning will lead to dry skies for the remainder of the day. Clouds will stick around with temperatures climbing into the low to mid 50s. We’ll feel the difference overnight as lows drop into the low 40s and upper 30s in the northern ArkLaTex.
Going through the rest of the week expect clouds and cooler temperatures to dominate the ArkLaTex. High temperatures Wednesday through Saturday will be very steady in the low to mid 50s. We do have the possibility to see more showers early Friday morning, but the bulk of the wet weather will be passing to the south of the ArkLaTex. As we move into the weekend we could potentially see 70s returning to our forecast on Sunday.
Have a great start to the work week and keep the rain gear on standby for Tuesday!
First Alert Meteorologist Jessica Moore