SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) – Tornado clocks will remain in place for most, if not all, of ArkLaTex until tonight. Strong to severe thunderstorms capable of wind damage and a few tornadoes will pass through the area for the remainder of the day. The greatest risk of severe weather will be along and south of I-20. We will get cooler behind the storms with below average temperatures likely in the coming week.
Showers and thunderstorms will persist through tonight, but the threat of severe weather will move to eastern ArkLaTex overnight. We will remain cloudy with more showers arriving towards the morning. Temperatures will drop back into the 50s tonight.
Some morning showers are likely on Wednesday. In the afternoon the skies will begin to clear. Temperatures will be cooler with highs around 60.
Sunshine is back as we wrap up the week on Thursday and Friday. Temperatures will be seasonally cool with afternoon highs in the 50s and 50s and overnight lows in the 30s. Frosty and freezing conditions will return to the entire area by the end of the week.
Some clouds will return on Saturday, but we only have a slim chance of a passing shower. Sunday looks sunnier, but it’s still cool. The highs over the weekend will hold in the mid-50s.
Another round of showers arrives Monday with highs remaining in the 50s. Even the colder weather looks set to arrive later next week before Christmas.
Have a great rest of your Tuesday!
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