Good Sunday evening everyone. Foggy conditions are back once again this evening in the ArkLaTex along with scattered light showers will likely slow the morning commute to work or church. Not only will there be rain but there may also be storms this evening on the strong to severe side.
The severe threat has pushed a Marginal risk (1/5) to now include all of southwest Arkansas in our viewing area, Bowie down towards Harrison county in east Texas and northern Caddo, Bossier, and Webster parishes. The Slight risk (2/5) is in place for McCurtain county, Red River and Titus county. This will be due to our upper level weather patterning bring rain and storms this evening and into the overnight hours early Monday. Main threats will be for hail and damaging winds. There may be an isolated flash flooding threat for areas as a low threat for tornadoes so stay up to date on the KSLA weather app.
During the day on Monday, the front will continue to push a line of rain and storms through the ArkLaTex. This is looking to reach northwest Louisiana by noon and move out during the late afternoon hours. Good news is that behind this front, it’s leaving mostly sunny skies and dry weather! Highs on Monday will get close to 70s while some areas actually reach the 70 degree mark!
By Tuesday we’ll finally be able to know what it’s like to start the day off sunny and keep it that way! Dry and Sunny for Tuesday with high temperatures in the mid and upper 60s!!
By Wednesday there could be more light shower activity but chances are mostly slim and any rain that falls would do so during the first part of the day.