The heat train keeps chugging along!
SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) - Happy Wednesday! The heat just keeps going and going and going! And it may be going up by the middle of next week. Rain chances stay spotty the rest of the week, but may pick up heading into the weekend.
Rain has ended for the night across the majority of the ArkLaTex. Temperatures will gradually cool off to the upper-60s overnight.
It’s a rinse-and-repeat forecast for the rest of the week with highs each day in the low 90s and that typical summer humidity. Spotty storms will develop each afternoon but these will be very hit & miss so many of us might stay dry throughout the week. Even though showers won’t be widespread, a few could still pack a punch with torrential rainfall and gusty wind being the primary threats.
Looking ahead to the weekend, it stays hot but the humidity will likely increase even more making for oppressive conditions. Scattered storms will continue to be in the forecast each afternoon. Long-range forecast charts indicate that we could start to crank up the heat and humidity even more beyond the seven-day forecast. Summer is here to stay!
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