Brief cool down early this week; temperatures soar in time for Christmas

Published: Dec. 18, 2021 at 9:32 AM CST|Updated: Dec. 19, 2021 at 11:01 PM CST
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(KSLA) - Happy Sunday everyone! It was a chilly day across the entire ArkLaTex as temperatures started off in the 30s. We did not see much of a warm up today nor will we Monday; however, by the middle and end of the work week/towards the weekend, temperatures will SOAR back above average.

Overnight lows will dip even cooler in the 30s heading into Monday.

Monday and Tuesday will actually stay near normal for December standards! Temperatures will be nice and chilly in the mornings, then will warm up to the upper 50s in the afternoon! There should be some cloud cover Monday, then more sunshine by Tuesday. Monday will be a tad different due to the slight chance for rain. Chances are around 20% and mainly for areas near I-20 and southwards. A low pressure system will track east in the northern Gulf of Mexico and help provide a few showers chances during the morning hours. Most us will remain dry.

Wednesday and Thursday will also have nice weather, but it will be slightly warmer. Temperatures will get back up to the 60s and eventually the 70s. So, this cool down earlier in the week will not last too long. There should still be plenty of sunshine with little to no rain.

Have a great weekend!

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