Happy Sunday!! What a way to start the weekend than with temperatures this morning in the 40s! You’ll need a jacket through the morning hours, but a warm is on the way today and next week.
Sunday: A cloudier day once again. Morning temperatures will begin in the low to mid 60s with highs reaching the low 80s for tomorrow. Rain chances will be fairly low but no zero. Right now, they’re around 10%. If any rain does develop, it is looking to stay fairly isolated and light.
Monday: the morning will unfortunately begin under gray skies once again for most areas in the ArkLaTex. Temperatures will start in the 60s once again and warm into the low 80s for highs. Rain chances remain around 20% for Monday. Isolated scattered showers are likely from Arkansas and Northwest Louisiana to east Texas. A few showers may be on the moderate side, but most look to be light and short lasting.
Next week will likely be a bit warmer. Temperatures will get back to the upper 70s and lower 80s. There are no strong cold fronts that appear to be on their way to the ArkLaTex next week, so it will remain warm. There may be a couple showers each day, but the rain chances for the most part will stay low.
In the tropics, we are watching a couple areas for some development. One is in the southern Caribbean. So far, there is a low chance in the next 5 days. Early indications show it will move north then east. So, there is no threat to the United States. Another area is in the Atlantic. This now has a high chance of development. This could become our next named storm, Epsilon. If anything does develop, we will be your first alert.
Have a great weekend everyone!