Tuesday 830pm Update from Facebook Live:
Rain has ended across most of the ArkLaTex. Hot and dry pattern to return for most of the week ahead.
A disturbance pushed through this morning, bringing some much need rain to portions of the ArkLaTex. The heaviest of the rainfall fell in NE TX where some locations saw up to 4 inches of rain.
That rain has since pushed out of the area, but it has left us with some clouds and cooler temperatures. Temperatures were somewhat cooler today thanks to this morning’s storms. Things will clear up as we move into the evening hours. Overnight lows tonight will once again be close to normal as we bottom out in the mid to upper 60’s.
As we move into Wednesday morning, some areas of fog could develop due to the recent rain. As we move into the remainder of the work week, upper level high pressure will begin to move back into the four states region. This will warm us back into the mid 90’s Thursday through Sunday. Overnight lows will be in the lower to middle 70’s.
The area of high pressure will shift back towards the west late in the weekend. This will allow us to see a few afternoon showers and storms work their way back into the forecast for Monday and Tuesday of next week. Highs will remain in the lower to middle 90’s for the beginning of next week. Overnight lows will likely stay in the low to mid 70’s.
Average High/Low for today’s date: 88/68.