SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) – A round of strong to severe thunderstorms is expected to move through ArkLaTex on Tuesday. Damaging wind and some tornadoes are the main threats. Behind the storms, we will see a cooler, but generally calm weather pattern, with below-average temperatures for this time of year expected later in the week.
The clouds will remain tonight with perhaps a passing shower. Temperatures will hold steady in the 50s to 60s until dawn Tuesday.
A line of storms will move into parts of southeast Oklahoma and northeast Texas during the early morning hours Tuesday. A limited threat of severe weather will accompany the storms. As the storms move east during the day, the risk of severe weather will increase, especially in parts of eastern Texas and northern Louisiana, generally along and south of I-20. It is in these areas that we will have the highest risk of seeing something severe during the evening hours. The storms will move out of Sabine and Natchitoches parishes in Louisiana during the early afternoon hours. Temperatures will warm to the 60s to 70s throughout the area ahead of the storms, but will cool a bit in their wake.
The clouds will lessen on Wednesday. We will see a slight chance of a shower during the morning hours. Temperatures will start to cool down with highs in the 50s and 60s in ArkLaTex.
Sunshine is back for Thursday and Friday. We will be cool and dry both days with afternoon highs in the 50s and morning lows in the 30s.
Clouds return through the weekend with a slight chance of a few showers. Temperatures will stay seasonally cool in the 50s. Rain chances will increase slightly again heading into next week.
Have a great rest of your Monday!
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