First Alert Freeze Warning goes in effect tonight

First Alert Freeze Warning goes in effect tonight
Freeze warning in effect tonight.

Happy Sunday ArkLaTex! FIRST ALERT: a FREEZE WARNING goes in effect at midnight as lasts until 9am Monday morning. This is for the I-30 corridor and includes Cass county in Texas and Miller and Lafayette in Arkansas. Temperatures will fall below freezing which may damage crops, plants, outdoor plumbing, and pets.

Tonight. Rain begins to taper off by the afternoon but cloudy skies will linger. We’ll clear out by the late evening hours with skies that will clear late tonight and into the overnight hours.

Monday morning will be COLD! Temperatures overnight will fall to the low to mid 30s and in some areas the upper 20s! So far no freeze warnings for the ArkLaTex, but they may be on the way. When you factor in the wind, it’ll still feel like the 30s during the morning and evening. It’ll feel like the mid and upper 40s by the afternoon although highs will be in the low 50s. Thankfully, tomorrow will be dry!

Tuesday: not much will change except overnight lows will drop even colder as more arctic air settles into the area. A widespread freeze is likely across the ArkLaTex. You’ll still need the winter coats to get through the day. Afternoon highs under dry skies are in the low 50s once again.

Wednesday an upper level system brings rain back into the ArkLaTex during the day with highs in the low to mid 50s. So far it seems that most of the rain will enter during the late morning hours and linger during the day with rain tapering off overnight leaving a few light showers for early early Thursday morning.

Have a fantastic Sunday!

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