The next 7 days will be characterized by frequent clouds, pleasant temperatures, and only slight chances for rain.
A weak frontal system in the panhandles of Texas and Oklahoma is keeping a steady stream of mid and high level clouds flowing over the ArkLaTex Saturday. The blanket effect from the clouds will keep low temperatures in the low 50s in most areas tonight. The front does not have a lot of moisture to work with so rain chances will remain isolated in the upcoming days.
For Sunday, it will be a mostly cloudy/overcast start to the day. We may see the sun’s rays break through at times, but it appears we will be headed for another mostly cloudy day. Highs will be similar to Saturday, low 60s north of I-30, mid to upper 60s through the I-20 corridor, and in the low 70s over Toledo Bend. A weak front will push through late in the day but do little more than switch a light south wind around to the north.
The partly to mostly cloudy tug of war will continue Monday and Tuesday. A returning steady south wind will warm temperatures into the mid and upper 70s by Wednesday and Thursday. A cold front will push our way Friday/early Saturday bringing a slightly higher chance for rain later this week, but don’t expect much.