After a short-lived break from rain, the chance of showers and a thunderstorm or two will return to the ArkLaTex today.
This morning temperatures are running in the low to mid 40s with rain south of us moving in our direction. It looks like our highest rain chances today will be across east Texas and Louisiana, with rain appearing less likely for much of Oklahoma and Arkansas. If you don’t see the rain today we will be otherwise mostly cloudy to overcast. See the latest loop of futurecast below:
High temperatures will be cooler than yesterday, in the upper 50s and low 60s with a light southeast breeze of 5 to 10 miles per hour.
A warm front will move across the region tomorrow morning keeping scattered rain chances with us Wednesday and Thursday and warming midweek highs in to the upper 60s.
Despite the rain chances today through Saturday accumulations will be light, generally less than an inch in all areas.
A cold front will move through this weekend, dropping highs into the 50s Saturday, and into the 40s next Sunday and Monday.
There is very little agreement with the forecast models regarding weekend rain, but it appears a few showers will be possible Saturday and Sunday in addition to the cold temperatures.