Warmer temperatures Monday and Tuesday. Severe storms are possible Wednesday.

Futurecast

Mother nature rewarded the region with a pretty Sunday. Temperatures are into the 60s. Winds will begin to decrease as the low pressure system moves further east. Tonight, we will see lows dropping into the 40s with light west winds. With low humidity, Monday’s high temperature will soar into the 70s. 

Similar to the past few weeks, Wednesday introduces a new wave of showers and thunderstorms. The thunderstorms could be severe. SPC upgraded our severe weather outlook to enhanced for most of the ArkLaTex. All modes of severe weather are at play. The biggest threat will be damaging winds. As of now, it looks like the storms will roll in Wednesday evening into the overnight hours on Thursday.

Following Wednesday’s severe threat, the forecast looks quiet. Plenty of sunshine is expected Friday through Sunday. Highs will start off in the 60s and warm into the 80s. 

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