Warm and mainly quiet the rest of the week
SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) - Happy Tuesday! Warm and primarily dry weather will continue for most of the ArkLaTex the remainder of the week. A little rain may impact our western counties in Texas on Wednesday, but even here it won’t be widespread.
Tonight we’ll stay nice with warm temperatures holding on even into the late night hours, eventually our lows will drop to the upper-60s.
For Wednesday, a weak disturbance will approach from Texas bringing more clouds along with better storm chances, mainly to our east Texas counties. Locations farther east in Louisiana and Arkansas will only see isolated storms. Temperatures will trend slightly cooler thanks to less sunshine with highs in the low to mid-80s.
Looking ahead to Thursday and Friday, a weak cold front will push in from the north but this front will come through dry. Despite the front, temperatures will stay warm with highs on both days in the mid to upper 80s. Drier air will push south bringing unusually low humidity for this time of year and this will make for ideal conditions to get outside! Right now, the long holiday weekend is looking fantastic with highs in the 80s, low humidity levels, and very low rain chances. Perfect weather for any outdoor plans!
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