Today’s sunny weather may be the last day we see of it for a little while. An unsettled pattern takes shape the rest of the week with off and on rain expected.
Overnight, lows will only drop into the upper 40s do the clouds moving in and keeping in some of the ‘warmth’ from Monday.
Tuesday: Rain will be a factor to the morning commute as it moves southeast overnight and early during the day in step with our latest cold front. Expect moments of heavy rain but also moments where it is lighter as you add extra time to head to work. Models are showing the rain hanging out near the I-20 corridor during much of the day Tuesday so I’d also plan for the possibility of showers lingering for the commute home as well. We should start to see the rain lighten up during the late evening hours. Highs will be in the mid to upper 50s for most, although 60s to near 70 will be possible for areas across the southern ArkLaTex.
Wednesday: morning temperatures are in the mid to upper 40s once again with highs only in the upper 50s and low 60s. The morning may hold off on rain as you step out the door. This so far is looking like one of the driest days, but not necessarily a dry evening with more rain beginning again.
We’ll keep rain chances fairly high for both Thursday and Friday as well so keep the rain boots ready for action! Highs on Thursday will climb in the mid 60s being another ‘warm’ day. By Friday, we’ll drop back into the low 60s for highs.
Weekend forecast looking drier for Saturday as above average temperatures crawl back in with greater shower chances back by Sunday.
Have a great day!