Another round of storms tonight, followed by a mostly dry week ahead
SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) - Scattered storms will hang around tonight with some severe potential, particularly across portions of east Texas. After the rain winds down early Monday, most of the remainder of the week is looking warm and dry.
Pockets of showers and storms will develop across the ArkLaTex and move through the area overnight. Some storms could be severe with damaging wind the primary threat. Heavy downpours will also accompany the strongest storms. The greatest risk of severe weather will be across east Texas with a lower risk expected through the remainder of the ArkLaTex. Localized flooding is possible, especially in areas that saw heavy rain last night and this morning. Temperatures will ease back into the upper 60s to low 70s tonight.
Some rain and storms will be ongoing Monday morning, primarily near and south of I-20. The wet weather will diminish into the afternoon with only a few lingering showers expected across the far south. Temperatures will be mostly in the low to mid 80s.
The rest of next week looks warm and dry with sunshine returning. Temperatures will stay in the mid to upper 80s through midweek with overnight lows getting back down into the 60s. We’ll turn a little hotter again later in the week with temperatures getting back into the 90s as we wrap up the month of September.
Have a good night!
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