All is quiet across the ArkLaTex this Wednesday evening. The very spotty showers have pretty much ended. We will see a better chance for the scattered thunderstorm Thursday afternoon. That slight chance for rain will be followed by a nice shot of cooler and drier air that will settle in just in time for the weekend. Much of the area could see lows in the 50s.
8:30 pm Wednesday live update:
Thanks to the dry air that will hang around, we won’t see much rain once we get past Thursday. Temperatures next week will also remain fairly comfortable especially at night. I will let you know if this will last through the rest of September in tonight’s Two Week Weather Outlook.
One thing that could put an end to the dryness is a disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico. The National Hurricane Center indicates that it is likely that this will develop into a tropical depression or tropical storm in the days ahead. Tune in for details on where this system could eventually go.