(KSLA) - This weekend will be wet with a few scattered showers both days. It will consist of off and on activity, and not a washout. Then, by next week, temperatures will be much warmer! It will get back to the mid to upper 80s by midweek.
A cold front will push its way in by this weekend and stall out across the area. Behind the front Saturday temperatures will only be in the 50s to low 60s around the I-30 corridor and parts of east Texas. Ahead of the front we’ll still be in the 70s. Showers and a few storms will be scattered around the area. As of now, there is no threat for severe weather. Saturday’s rain chance is up to 40%.
Rain is still looking possible for Sunday. I have the rain chance at 30%. That same cold front that arrives Saturday will begin to fade across the area, but will still be the focus for some rain. Temperatures will start to even out a bit more with highs in the 60s to the mid 70s.
Monday next week will have plenty of rain around. I have a 50% chance of rain for the day as a few storms move through. As of now, it should not include any severe weather, but we will keep our eyes on it! Most of the rain will be scattered, so there will be plenty of off and on activity. Temperatures will still be warm near 80 degrees.
After Monday, the rain chances may go down for a couple days. Tuesday and Wednesday will both possibly be dry days. I have a 20% chance Tuesday and a 10% chance Wednesday. I think since we will be in between two systems, we will finally have some dry weather. It will be warm though. Temperatures should warm up to the mid to upper 80s! Possibly reaching 90 in some spots.
Have a great weekend everyone!