Sunny skies and cool temperatures continue
SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) - Happy Tuesday! One more quiet day is ahead before our next weather brings storms on Thursday and a late season cold snap for the weekend that could produce frost and freeze conditions across the ArkLaTex.
Clouds will clear out overnight. We’ll see temperatures dip in the mid to upper 30s. A light frost is possible north of I-30.
Tomorrow will be the pick of the week with highs approaching the 70-degree mark and the sunshine will continue. Slightly windy conditions but with a shift out of the southwest to bring slightly warmer temperatures to the region. Lows tomorrow night will drop to the 50s with increasing cloud cover.
By Thursday, a strong cold front will quickly approach from the west with showers and storms becoming widespread by mid to late afternoon. These storms will then continue well into Thursday night before gradually pushing east early Friday morning. Severe weather will be possible with large hail, damaging wind, and a few tornadoes all on the table. In addition, very heavy could lead to localized flooding.
Sharply colder air will arrive behind the front with highs by Friday struggling to climb into the low 50s. Gusty northwest winds will make it feel even colder and we’ll have lingering clouds and showers throughout the day.
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