The work week is looking stormy for the ArkLaTex

Futurecast

The upcoming work week is looking very rainy. Sunday will end with partly to mostly cloudy skies. Tonight, we will see lows falling into the 60s. Monday will be a cloudy and breezy afternoon with highs into the lower to middle 80s. A shower or two is possible. However, rain chances will become much higher starting Tuesday.

During much of the upcoming work week, we are watching a slow moving cold front head into the ArkLaTex. The region will have ample amounts of moisture to produce heavy rain. As of now, the best chance of rain will come Wednesday and Thursday. Starting Tuesday, scattered thunderstorms will occur mainly across the Interstate 30 region. Strong to severe storms will possible. Everyone will see a better chance of showers and storms for Wednesday and Thursday. Along with the severe weather potential, flash flooding will become a concern. 

Through the end of the week, rain totals will average between 2-3 inches with locally higher amounts. As of now, the current thinking is the higher rainfall totals will be somewhere across Northeast Texas and Southeast Oklahoma. After Friday, the forecast becomes very uncertain. Yesterday, models suggested drier air would work into the region for the weekend. The moisture may stick around. Be sure to keep up with the forecast!

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