Cold front moves in Thursday bringing rain and cooler temperatures

Published: Nov. 13, 2021 at 9:49 AM CST|Updated: Nov. 14, 2021 at 10:08 PM CST
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(KSLA) - Happy Sunday ArkLaTex!

Sunday: today is the last day to visit the State Fair of Louisiana and it’ll be a chilly day to ride the rides and enjoy the fair food. Highs today will trend a bit warmer in the low to mid 70s with 10mph winds this afternoon. No rain for today at all. Enjoy the outdoors and fall colors peaking in the trees.

Overnight lows are dropping into the upper 30s in the northern ArkLaTex and then into the mid 40s elsewhere so brace for another chilly night/morning, but thankfully you shouldnt have to worry about any frost tonight.

Monday and Tuesday will also be nice and dry with mostly sunny skies. The rain chances are down to zero. Temperatures will be a bit warmer however. It should warm up into the upper 70s, several degrees above average. Still some very nice weather to start off the work week!

Wednesday will likely be a very warm day. Highs look to be around the 80 degree mark, if not just below! Well above average for mid November. Clouds will also be on the increase ahead of our next cold front. This will bring some rain possibly during the day Wednesday. More of the rain is likely overnight.

Thursday’s cold front arrives early early in the morning. Some of us may sleep through it, but others in the I-20 corridor and south, may run into some pockets of rain on the way to work. It’s too early to tell if there will be any severe weather, but it is something we will be watching very closely as we get closer. As of now, I would not worry about any storms. Prepare for the rain in the morning, then it should all move out in the afternoon. Temperatures will be much cooler and only warm up to the lower to mid 60s.

Have a great Sunday!


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