We couldn’t have asked for a better start to the weekend as Saturday afternoon highs were in the mid to upper 60s with lots of sun throughout the day.
A cold front will move into the region tonight, most areas will stay dry through sunrise with increasing clouds overnight and lows in the upper 40s and low 50s.
The front will likely bring a few morning showers along the I-30 corridor of northeast Texas, Oklahoma and southern Arkansas Sunday morning. As far as cold fronts go, this won’t be much of a rainmaker. Expect lightly scattered showers at times Sunday. If you have outdoor plans you might have to dodge a few raindrops here and there, but this won’t qualify as a washout. When rain isn’t falling, skies will be mostly cloudy to overcast. See the latest run of futurecast below, and check back for updates.
The front will bring a temperature drop as highs will be in the 50s and low 60s Sunday, with a south breeze in the morning switching to the north during the day as the front passes by. Wind speeds will be light, generally 5 to 10 miles per hour.
The front will keep us overcast and chilly Monday as highs will be in the low to mid 50s, with a few lingering showers during the day. Tuesday will a return of sunshine with highs returning to the 60s in some areas.
A quick moving disturbance will deliver us a chance of showers Wednesday into Thanksgiving morning, but like the front this weekend, no heavy rain is expected at this point, and impacts to travel/Thanksgiving plans appear to be minimal for now.