Scattered showers and storms become more widespread mid-week.
Showers and storms have gradually worked their way into the ArkLaTex. The southern most areas of the ArkLaTex have seen the most of the rain. However, the upper level low pressure system is moving it’s way closer to the ArkLaTex. Showers and storms will begin to invade the entire region Tuesday night into Wednesday. The rain could be heavy at times. This system will stick around until the latter part of the work week.
Before all is said and done with, most areas will see at least an inch of rain and some areas could see two to three inches of rainfall before this system moves out Thursday night. It is looking more certain that we’ll see more than two inches in spots. The only question that remains is where that will happen.
Due to the rain and increased cloud cover, highs will remain in the 80’s now through Thursday. Overnight lows will hold in the middle to lower 70’s.
As we move into the first official weekend of summer, highs will rebound nicely. Look for daytime highs this weekend to return to the middle 90’s, with lows in the middle 70’s. Rain chances will be near zero this weekend, leaving us with perfect pool weather!
Today’s average High/Low: 91/70