Dry start to week, but tracking wet weather later

Dry start to week, but tracking wet weather later
We are tracking significant rain on the way for the region later on this week. (Source: KSLA News 12)

Happy Monday everyone! It may not feel normal inside our homes but it does feel more normal and hopeful outside with abundant sunshine and warm temperatures.

Overnight, temperatures will fall to the upper 30s. So, it will be a little chilly, but no one should fall to the freezing mark. These temperatures are falling quickly this evening thanks to calm winds and clear skies. Therefore, I do not expect any rain. We will be off to a great start for our Tuesday!

As we go throughout the work week expect a warm up as if it were spring! Tuesday will be even more comfortable with our high temperatures that will be approaching the 70 degree mark for many people in the region. But starting on Wednesday and really kicking into gear Thursday, we are tracking increasing chances for wet weather. This will be due to a series of fronts that will be stalling out across the region along with a developing area of low pressure. Rain could be heavy especially overnight Thursday and into the morning Friday. Temperatures though will only take a modest hit with highs still in the mid 60s.

So the end of the week and into the weekend, we’ll trade the sunshine for clouds and rain. Saturday evening into Sunday morning more heavy rainfall for the ArkLaTex is to be expected. We still have quite a ways to get to the weekend so things may change but we’ll keep you updated on the changes! As of now, I would not cancel any plans you may have, but have an indoor alternative just in case!

Have a great work week and keep moving forward!

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