Dry days are ahead for the ArkLaTex


Happy Mother’s Day to all of the moms in the region. Sunday turned out to be a nice afternoon. Skies will continue to decrease during the evening hours. On Monday morning, we will wake up to temperatures into the 50s. It will feel pretty nice for the middle of May. Monday afternoon highs will warm into the 80s.

Yesterday, we were thinking an upper disturbance would produce some showers across the southern parts of the region. Tuesday and Wednesday will stay dry as the upper ridge will become the dominating factor. Don’t be surprised to see a stray shower on Tuesday. The dry weather will stick around all the way into the weekend.

By Friday, the upper ridge will break down and shift to the east. As a result, another storm disturbance will arrive for the weekend. Scattered showers and storms will be possible for Saturday and Sunday. Next weekend’s rain will keep rivers and lakes high across the ArkLaTex. 

Currently, the Red River is at 31.17 feet. The river will undergo a slow fall through the end of the week. For the latest information on the rivers and lakes, click this link. 

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