More rain ahead
SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) - Happy Tuesday! Our unsettled pattern continues the rest of the week with daily chances for showers and storms. Some locally heavy rainfall is possible at times.
Rain will diminish some overnight, but a few areas of showers will continue through morning. Lows tonight drop to the 60s once again and it will remain very muggy.
Looking ahead to Wednesday, a more potent disturbance will arrive from the south bringing more widespread storms and a much earlier start to the storms and this will knock our highs back regionwide. Most places should only reach the low 80s before the rain arrives. Locally heavy rain will be the main threat with Wednesday’s storms; right now, severe weather doesn’t look like a major concern.
More scattered storms are expected for Thursday and Friday and temperatures will start to warm again with highs returning to the mid and upper 80s by Friday. By this weekend, it now appears like some drier air will work into the ArkLaTex with just isolated storms expected. It will also stay warm and muggy with highs both Saturday and Sunday reaching the upper 80s.
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