A weak upper level low is passing over the ArkLaTex this evening and will result in scattered rain showers for much of east Texas and Louisiana tonight. Rain will be light, and we don’t anticipate any thunderstorms due to the cool air we have in place. Lows will fall into the 40s.
For Sunday, we may begin the day with some fog/drizzle, but it should rapidly end as we move through the morning as a light north breeze pushes drier air into the region. It will turn into a very nice afternoon with highs in the low to mid 60s, with some sunshine returning late in the day.
Monday will be a normal February day with cool morning temperatures and afternoon highs near 60 degrees.
A strong cold front will move in Tuesday resulting in some scattered rain showers during the day, before rain and thunderstorms become widespread Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning. As of now the Storm Prediction Center does not have the ArkLaTex in the severe weather risk area, but the potential exists for some strong/severe storms, so we’ll keep you updated in the upcoming days.
A chill returns Wednesday as highs drop into the upper 40s and low 50s.
Looking into next weekend another cold front appears possible Saturday bringing another round of rain cool temperatures to the region.