More unsettled weather for the work week
SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA)- Showers and storms that moved northward earlier tonight have started to dissipate heading into the late evening hours. We had about one strong storm that briefly dropped dime sized hail in Logansport, but otherwise just a few showers and storms south of the I-20 corridor.
Heading into the overnight hours, cloudy skies stick around but the weather is looking to stay mostly dry. Monday morning, there may be a few showers in the I-30 corridor but elsewhere expect a dry start to the day with mild temps in the mid to upper 60s.
The rain chances will likely linger into Monday with it’s severe threat now pulled back, we’ll still have to keep our eyes on it. Highs on Monday will be back in the mid 80s. As far as the rain goes, mostly looking to stay in the I-30 corridor and start during the early morning and then evening hours.
Tuesday looks to have more lingering showers and storms. Rain chances are still at 40%, but are now the highest of the week. It will not be a washout, but you’ll want your umbrella as you head out the door. I would plan on limited rain in the morning, then it should become more scattered and widespread in the afternoon. Temperatures will be getting up to the mid 80s.
Wednesday seems a bit drier with only a 20% chance of rain for now. Mostly cloudy skies will hang around, but it should finally be drier day. Showers and storms are back up Thursday and Friday. Thursday could possible have severe weather so keep checking back as the details clear out as we closer to the day.
Have a great weekend!
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