A warm Sunday will lead to colder changes next week

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Saturday was a fabulous afternoon with temperatures into the 60s. A few high cirrus clouds in the sky. After sunset, temperatures will cool off quickly into the 40s. If you enjoyed Saturday, Sunday will be even better despite seeing a few more clouds in the picture. Highs will warm into the 70s.

Futurecast 36 hour outlook
Highs for Sunday

Monday will begin the signs of changes. A strong arctic cold front will be on the move. Rain will begin in the morning along Interstate 20. The rain shield will move to the south during the day. The rain will wrap up Monday night. By Tuesday morning, temperatures will be around freezing.

Highs on Tuesday and Wednesday will only be in the 40s. By midweek, models are showing a trough of low pressure moving to the south of the ArkLaTex. The picture is unclear if we see any rain for Thursday. Highs will rebound into the 60s by next weekend.

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