Hot weather pattern continues this week.. lightly scattered rain possible


SHREVEPORT, La. (KTAL/KMSS) – We are in for another week of 90-degree heat with a few areas pushing 100 this afternoon. We will have the chance of a few showers and storms each day, but this activity will remain lightly scattered. 

You will step out into low and mid-70s temperatures if you open the door before 9 a.m. With high pressure remaining centered over the region we will have another day of temperatures in the mid and upper 90s (no change from the weekend). A few areas could reach 100 degrees including Shreveport/Bossier. 

There is a low in the Gulf of Mexico that will send a few showers into the ArkLaTex today, but expect most of this will stay mainly south of I-20. Otherwise, expect mostly sunny skies this morning and partly cloudy conditions this afternoon. 

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The low may get pulled north in the upcoming days which could bring slightly higher rain chances during the middle of the week, and drop temperatures into the mid-90s. The sea-breeze looks to be more active towards the weekend and that may help push some more rainfall into the region.

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