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Cold front moves in Sunday. Next week looks soggy for the ArkLaTex

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Yesterday’s cold front knocked temperatures down into the 40s on Saturday. The cold front is now stationary. The front will move north as a warm front tonight. We will see a cold front move in Sunday. A few showers will be possible tonight and Sunday morning. Sunday, we will see highs into the 60s. The last dry day for the next few days will be on Monday. Temperatures will be into the 50s with mostly cloudy skies.

Beginning Tuesday, the forecast turns soggy. An upper level trough will slowly migrate across the country. Meanwhile, we will see disturbances move over the ArkLaTex to produce showers and storms. In the upper levels, the southwest flow will keep us wet all the way into Saturday. The best chances for rain will be Tuesday and Thursday. 

By Friday, the trough will move into the central parts of the United States. We will see another round of showers and storms on Saturday. We will be watching Saturday carefully. Following next Sunday, we will see an end to the rain. For the next week, we will see rainfall totals between 2-4 inches with some higher amounts possible. 

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