A line of showers moved through the ArkLaTex early Saturday morning. We did see a few breaks in the clouds that lead to some sunshine across Deep East Texas and Northwest Louisiana. We will see clouds back on the increase for tonight. Sunday, we will see highs into the 40s and 50s. Winds will be breezy out of the northwest between 8-16 mph.
We will start off most of the work week on the drier side. Temperatures will be in the 50s and 60s. Highs return into the 60s starting Wednesday. Sunday-Tuesday lows will be chilly into the 30s and 40s. Beginning Wednesday, we will see temperatures on the rise. It is possible to see some upper 60s into the lower 70s by Friday. A major storm system moves in by Friday and Saturday. Rain is possible during the day on Friday. Rain will increase Friday night into Saturday.
A powerful cold front will push in Friday night into Saturday morning. As of now, there is still some timing differences between the models. Once the cold front moves in, conditions will turn very cold and windy. Temperatures will fall throughout the day on Saturday. The cold front will bring in the coldest air of the season.