Rain moves in today, COLD temperatures around the corner

Rain moves in today, COLD temperatures around the corner
Rain to increase this afternoon and evening.

Overnight lows only falling to the mid 50s under overcast skies tonight.

As we wrap up rain Monday’s rainfall, total amounts across will only be around half an inch and less.

Monday: Morning commute temperatures will stay mild in the mid and upper 50s. Some may experience light to moderate showers early on there way to work. Thankfully, rain should be out of our hair the afternoon hours. Highs that day will stay more spring-like and reach the upper 60s with some areas near 70. We may even see a peak of the sun during the afternoon. Overnight lows will back into the 40s.

Tuesday, another cold front moves into the ArkLaTex. Not tracking any rain for the morning commute and temperatures will be in the 40s. The front during the day won’t create much, if any rain for the ArkLaTex at all. Instead, COLD COLD air returns to the ArkLaTex. Overnight lows will plummet into the upper 30s.

Wednesday: Wednesday may be the most uncomfortable day with highs only reaching the upper 40s. Not only will the air remain winter-like, but it’s expected to be fairly windy during the day, which will make it feel colder. Overnight lows heading into Thursday will drop into the upper 20s and low 30s, keep the winter gear nearby for school and work Thursday morning.

Thankfully, we’ll see more sunshine this week than last!

Enjoy your weekend and any Mardi Gras festivities you have planned!

First Alert Meteorologist Jessica Moore

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