Scattered strong storms possible Friday


Rain hangs around through early weekend. Things begin to warm up Saturday.

Much of the area saw beneficial rain yesterday. Areas of north eastern Texas saw the highest rainfall totals at nearly three inches. Shreveport saw only 0.31″ and Texarkana only measured 0.17″ For your Thursday, things are looking drier. Southeastern portions of the ArkLaTex could see a few passing showers and storms today. Most of us will remain dry for Thursday, with highs in the lower 90’s.Clouds will begin to clear as we move later into the day, especially for western portions of the ArkLaTex. Overnight, temperatures will dip down into the middle 70’s. Rain chances will diminish overnight. We will remain pretty humid tonight, with partly cloudy skies.

For your Friday, things could get a little dicey as we move into the afternoon. Northern and eastern portions of the ArkLaTex are under the gun for severe weather Friday afternoon. Strong winds and damaging hail are the main threats for Friday afternoon. However, an isolated tornado or two are possible. Highs Friday will climb back into the middle 90’s with overnight lows in the middle to upper 70’s.

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