Spotty rain Sunday becomes more widespread by Monday
Happy Sunday ArkLaTex! A rainy beginning for the I-30 corridor as heavy showers and a few thunderstorms rumble for the work or church commute. We’ll have a few spotty showers through the evening hours, but not everyone will see rain. Temperatures this evening
By Monday and Tuesday rain will be much more widespread as an upper level storm system passes through the area.
Seasonably hot and humid weather is back again with Sunday afternoon highs in the low to mid 90s. With the humidity it will feel closer to 100. If you see rain, or it passes close by, temperatures will cool off.
Rain won’t necessarily fade away Sunday night with additional showers and storms expected into Monday morning. We’ll be in and out of the wet weather Monday through Wednesday with rain possible at any time of the day or night. Some heavy downpours will be possible at times. You’ll want to have the rain gear handy for the first half of next week.
Temperatures will come down because of increased cloudiness and frequent rain. Highs the first half of the week will only be in the low to mid 80s...a good 10 degrees below average for this time of year.
Toward the end of the week we’ll get back to just isolated afternoon pop-up showers. Temperatures will climb back into the 90s again with less rain and more sunshine in the forecast.
Have a great evening!
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