Tonight will be the coldest night of the week. Sunshine to stick around into the weekend with a warming trend. Two shots at rain in the week ahead.
830pm Live Update includes possible winter scenarios:
Wednesday was a mostly sunny day for much of the Arklatex that began once again with some light snow over the northeastern edge of the area. The upper level low responsible for our recent rain and cold will finally move northeast away from our area setting the stage for a nice warming trend for the next few days. That warming trend will begin after a very cold night tonight. Thanks to a clear sky and light wind, overnight temperatures will dip into the low to mid 20s over must of the area.
Expect plenty of sunshine for the rest of the work week and beginning of the weekend. This will allow for a nice warming trend. Daytime highs will return to the mid to upper 60s as soon as Friday. Overnight lows will return to the 40s. This warming trend will continue until another weak disturbance invades the area Sunday and brings another shot at some light rain. Right now rainfall totals look to be rather light with this system. Look for highs to return to the 50s for Sunday and possibly for the beginning of next week.
A stronger storm system will bring the threat for some heavier rains by the middle of next week. This rain could begin as soon as early Wednesday or as late as eary Thanksgiving day. While the timing seems to be up in the air, models do agree that we could see a decent amount of rain with amounts exceeding one inch over most of the area. Stay Tuned!!
Average High/Low for today’s date: 68/46.