More rounds of rain and storms
(KSLA) - Off and on waves of rain and storms will continue for a few more days. Heavy downpours could contribute to some flooding in parts of the ArkLaTex. There is still a Flash Flood Watch in effect until Thursday morning.
Tonight will have more rain and storms, beginning first in parts of east Texas and then spreading across the remainder of the ArkLaTex toward morning. Temperatures will cool down to the mid to upper 60s.
More rain and storms are likely on Wednesday. The most widespread rain and storms will be in the morning, winding down in the afternoon. Temperatures will only heat up to the mid 70s, thanks to the early rain and lack of sunshine.
Thursday will still see another wave of rain and storms come through, most of which will fall in the afternoon. Heavy downpours will once again be possible. The rain Thursday will be more scattered, and not as widespread as recent days. Temperatures will also rebound back up to the lower 80s.
Rain chances will continue to decrease Friday, but a few more mainly afternoon showers and storms are possible. Temperatures will also heat up to the mid 80s.
This weekend is trending mostly dry! There will be a few clouds throughout each day, but sunnier skies will return! Temperatures will be heating up and we’ll stay quite humid. Highs could climb back into the upper 80s by Sunday.
Have a great rest of the week, and stay dry!
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