Warm and Dry Days Will Continue Into Early Next Week


Sunday was filled with lots of high level clouds over most of the ArkLaTex region. The clouds will stick around for the next few days. However, we don’t have enough moisture for us to see rain. Tonight, it is possible we could see some patchy fog with calm winds. We will see lows into the upper 30s to the lower 40s.

Monday and Tuesday will stay dry with partly cloudy skies and highs into the lower to middle 60s. Our next chance of rain will come into the region Wednesday. We will see rain throughout the day Wednesday and the rain will exit late Wednesday night into early Thursday morning. Thursday will be quite cool with a breezy northwest wind. 

As the midweek system moves out, we will see temperatures staying into the upper 50s into the middle 60s. At night, lows will be in the 30s and 40s. 

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