More rain and a cold snap on the way

More rain and a cold snap on the way
Rain chances are back on the horizon.

Good Sunday evening! Cloudy and foggy start to the morning, especially for areas that may have seen a little rain overnight. This evening, expect low 60s and upper 50s under overcast skies. Warmer weather should start the work week, but rain is once again on the way.

Overnight tonight, we’ll remain overcast with temperatures only falling to the mid 50s.

For Monday, the warm weather continues as highs range from the low to mid 70s. Meaning temperatures will be near 10 degrees above normal. There will be slight chances for rain during the day with only slightly better chances for rain and thunderstorms that evening. I don’t think much of it will impact the commute for work.

Tuesday: a cold front moves in early bringing rain and thunderstorms in the ArkLaTex. Not tracking anything severe, but rain and storms could impact the morning and evening drive to work. Highs that day will back into the mid 60s. Behind the front, expect the COLD air to return. Overnight lows drop into the low to mid 40s.

Wednesday rain is expected to return even as the cold front has exited the building, but one thing to also keep in mind is how much COLDER it’ll be. Highs will only climb to the upper 40s and low 50s for that day. Overnight lows will be even colder, back in the upper 30s. We continue the rain chances for Thursday with highs in the upper 40s, but by Friday, the sunshine and dry weather are in full force!

Enjoy your day!

First Alert Meteorologist Jessica Moore

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