Storms return early tomorrow morning

Published: Mar. 7, 2023 at 4:20 AM CST|Updated: Mar. 7, 2023 at 11:36 AM CST
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SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) - Heading into the afternoon, clouds will gradually decrease allowing temperatures to warm into the low and mid 80s along and south of I-20. It will stay much cooler north with highs only around 70 for parts of Oklahoma and Arkansas.

Later tonight and into Wednesday morning, storms will develop across central Oklahoma and then track east, impacting Mccurtain county Oklahoma and our Arkansas counties. Some of these storms could produce hail and very heavy rainfall but widespread severe weather is currently not anticipated.

This will then remain the case all the way through Thursday as a stationary front sets up along and north of I-20. Repeated rounds of showers and storms will impact our northern locations along and north of this stationary front. The best chance of heavier rain will favor the I-30 corridor with only isolated showers for places south of I-20.

Temperatures will stay warm along and south of I-20 with highs each day in the low to mid 80s. Meanwhile farther north, it will be much cooler with highs in much of Oklahoma, Arkansas and northeast Texas in the 60s and 70s.

By Friday the stationary front will turn into a cold front and sweep through bringing a better chance of rain to the entire region followed by cooler air for everyone.

Looking ahead to the weekend, it looks pleasant overall with temperatures in the 70s and a few showers here and there.

Have a great day!

-Matt Jones