10 a.m. Monday update: The severe weather threat has ended for all ArkLaTex counties and parishes and the Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been canceled. We may see some additional rain south of I-20 through the afternoon.
We did see widespread damage including damaged roofs to several homes in Columbia Co., Arkansas. The National Weather Service will send a team to survey a path from Rusk County, Texas into Caddo Parish, Louisiana today where we may have had several tornado touchdowns.
Future clouds and radar shows most of the rainfall coming to an end by noon, but a lingering shower or thunderstorms may affect some areas south of I-20 through the early afternoon. Sunshine will slowly return as we move through the day.
Temperatures will remain comfortable today as we will be in the 60s and 70s this morning, with highs in the low to mid 70s this afternoon.
A breezy northwest wind will push dry air in behind the front, and we could see some gusts in the 15 to 20 mile per hour range today.
A comfortable pattern is expected Tuesday and Wednesday with lots of sunshine and highs in the low to mid 70s.
Our next cold front will bring another round of showers and storms Thursday into Friday, with highs falling into the 60s late this week and into the weekend.