More rain and storms through midweek
The threat of severe weather is winding down for the night, but more rain and storms are likely through Wednesday as a cold front stalls across the region.
Much of the ArkLaTex will stay dry much of the night. Toward morning some showers are likely to develop in a few areas. Temperatures tonight will fall into the upper 50s to low 60s in most areas.
Monday won’t be a washout, but some scattered showers and a few storms are possible at times. The risk of severe weather looks low, but if any stronger storms develop they could produce some hail. Temperatures will be cooler behind our cold front ranging from the 60s to near 70 along and north of I-20, to near 80 across the southern ArkLaTex.
Rain and storms will increase on Tuesday which is expected to be the wettest day of the work week. Heavy downpours are possible at times. Temperatures will continue to be held down with highs only in the mid 60s expected.
Showers will linger on Wednesday but should begin tapering off by the end of the day. Highs will be in the mid to upper 60s with morning lows in the 50s.
Sunshine and dry weather return to wrap up the week along with warmer temperatures. We’ll be back in the 70s Thursday and will likely hit 80 on Friday.
Right now the upcoming weekend looks warm with highs in the 80s. Saturday looks dry, but some showers or storms may return on Sunday.
Have a great work week ahead!
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