Sunshine and quiet weather returns to the ArkLaTex for Sunday

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Finally, some quiet weather entering in the ArkLaTex. Strong storms caused some heavy damage in portions of the ArkLaTex. An EF-2 tornado moved through a Haughton community. Strong straight-line winds caused tree and home damage in Oil City and Benton. High pressure will push colder air in tonight. Lows will fall into the 20s and 30s.

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Some much-needed sunshine returns for Sunday! Highs will jump back into the 50s. Highs will return into the 60s. Clouds will increase on Monday evening. With daytime heating, we will see a few showers and storms. SPC outlined a Marginal Risk for the ArkLaTex for Monday.

Scattered showers and storms will be possible for Tuesday. A cold front will lead to a better chance of storms for Wednesday. I am not expecting much colder air behind the front. The unsettled weather pattern will continue into Saturday.

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