After a rough Friday and Saturday morning of severe storms, drier and cooler air is taking over for the remainder of the weekend.
We still have a few showers south of I-20, but skies will clear for much of the ArkLaTex overnight. It will remain breezy with temperatures falling into the 30s in most locations. We may see a few freezing temperatures north of I-30 in Oklahoma and Arkansas.
(Forecast lows Saturday night into Sunday morning):
For Sunday, expect mostly sunny skies. A breezy northwest wind of 15 to 20 miles per hour will keep us cool despite the sunshine as highs will once again top out in the mid to upper 50s. Wind chill for much of the day will be in the 40s and low 50s.
(Sunday forecast highs):
A quiet pattern will take shape for much of the week with sunshine Monday and Tuesday warming us into the 70s, and then into the low 80s. A weak frontal system midweek will bring clouds Wednesday and only slight rain chances. No severe weather is expected.
A strong upper level low will dig across the country late in the upcoming week driving another cold front into the ArkLaTex. As of now it looks like this will trigger a round of storms Saturday. Given how far out this forecast is, we could see the changing shift earlier or later. This storm takes a similar path to the systems that brought our 2 severe weather events over the past 8 days. Because of this we need to be on the lookout for another round of strong/severe storms during this time.