Happy Sunday ArkLaTex! A cold front pushes through beginning near the early afternoon hours and pushes through the evening. A couple of strong to severe storms will be possible with this system so stay weather aware today!
Sunday: As we continue into the evening, showers and thunderstorms will still linger in the I-20 corridor as we head into midnight. Strong to severe storms are still possible with this system with a Severe Thunderstorm Watch that goes until 6pm for parts of the ArkLaTex near the I-30 corridor.
There is now a SLIGHT risk 2/5 for the ArkLaTex for areas mainly along I-20 and northward. Damaging winds still remains the biggest threat for the ArkLaTex but hail and an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out.
The main line of storms moves out during the overnight hours but another round of heavy rain moves throughout the day Monday and during Tuesday morning as well.
Monday we’ll be more than sick of the rain but it will continue for the morning hours and through the afternoon as well. Your morning commute will need a little extra time as the roads will lose some visibility due to how heavy rain could be at times, but there will be lighter showers as well.
Tuesday morning yet another wet start is what we’re expecting, but thankfully it’s not looking like an all day evening. We’ll dry out by the second half of the day. Temperatures will be in the 50s and 60s. By Wednesday we should be able to see the sunshine again with drier weather as well!
Stay dry and weather aware!