Storms are gone...sunshine is back Thursday!
(KSLA) - Good Wednesday evening! The severe weather threat has finally ended and the rest of tonight will see clearing skies and cooler temperatures moving in. We’ll stay quiet the rest of the week, but more unsettled weather returns this Easter weekend.
Clear skies and with calm and quiet weather continues overnight with lows dropping into the mid 40s for many areas, but as low as the upper 30s in the very northern edge of the ArkLaTex. Plan on grabbing a jacket as you walk out the door Thursday morning.
Thursday: after the rain and storms, the sun eventually has to come out and should for Friday eve. As you head out the door back to work and school, temperatures will be in the mid to upper 40s. No rain for the morning nor the evening commute. A great day that will be much appreciated after several days of severe weather threats. Overnight lows a tad warmer in the low 50s heading into Friday morning.
Friday will be mostly dry but expect the return of cloud cover in the ArkLaTex. Shower chances right now look fairly limited with only around a 10% chance of rain. Friday will also be another warmish day with highs reaching the low 80s.
WEEKEND: Easter weekend showers and storms will be possible once again this weekend. Right now there’s a 40% chance for Saturday and Sunday so keep watching the forecast as you try to plan any Easter events outdoors. Severe weather a little too early to tell, but if anything changes we’ll be sure to give you the First Alert.
Have a great weekend!
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