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Arklatex Outlook Sun 3/5 pm

By Clip Syndicate
We remain on the business side of an area of low pressure in Texas which continues to churn scattered rain showers in our direction. The rain chance will linger overnight, throughout the day Monday before a cold front clears us out during the day Tuesday. The front will also bring the chance of a few strong or severe thunderstorms. Tonight into Monday morning, the south wind will hold temperatures near 60 degrees, and some locations could even warm a few degrees overnight. For Monday, the warmer air will continue to pour in throughout the day, but we will remain stuck under overcast skies with scattered rain showers throughout the day (not an all day rain). Highs will be in the mid to upper 70s, and with the warmer air in place we will likely see a thunderstorm or two during the daylight hours. The severe weather threat will be primarily overnight, late Monday through Tuesday morning. A broken line of thunderstorms will develop an approach the northern half of the ArkLaTex around midnight. A few of the storms could bring high wind or large hail, so the Storm Prediction Center has areas north of I-20 in the 'slight/moderate' risk categories for severe weather. On Tuesday a 'marginal' risk is in place for all areas south of I-30 as the wind/hail threat will continue until the cold front moves out. (The latest severe weather outlook can be found at http://www.arklatexhomepage.com/severe-weather) The highest rainfall amounts Monday through Tuesday could be in the 1 to 2 inch range. We should see a clearing trend by Tuesday afternoon and the sun will return Wednesday with highs behind the front not dropping much. Wednesday highs are forecast to be in the 70s. The warm pattern will stay through next weekend with slight rain chances Thursday, Friday and a slightly higher chance for rain next weekend.

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We remain on the business side of an area of low pressure in Texas which continues to churn scattered rain showers in our direction. The rain chance will linger overnight, throughout the day Monday before a cold front clears us out during the day Tuesday. The front will also bring the chance of a few strong or severe thunderstorms. Tonight into Monday morning, the south wind will hold temperatures near 60 degrees, and some locations could even warm a few degrees overnight. For Monday, the warmer air will continue to pour in throughout the day, but we will remain stuck under overcast skies with scattered rain showers throughout the day (not an all day rain). Highs will be in the mid to upper 70s, and with the warmer air in place we will likely see a thunderstorm or two during the daylight hours. The severe weather threat will be primarily overnight, late Monday through Tuesday morning. A broken line of thunderstorms will develop an approach the northern half of the ArkLaTex around midnight. A few of the storms could bring high wind or large hail, so the Storm Prediction Center has areas north of I-20 in the 'slight/moderate' risk categories for severe weather. On Tuesday a 'marginal' risk is in place for all areas south of I-30 as the wind/hail threat will continue until the cold front moves out. (The latest severe weather outlook can be found at http://www.arklatexhomepage.com/severe-weather) The highest rainfall amounts Monday through Tuesday could be in the 1 to 2 inch range. We should see a clearing trend by Tuesday afternoon and the sun will return Wednesday with highs behind the front not dropping much. Wednesday highs are forecast to be in the 70s. The warm pattern will stay through next weekend with slight rain chances Thursday, Friday and a slightly higher chance for rain next weekend.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12503/6815813?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Sun, 05 Mar 2017 23:51:00 +0000 Arklatex Outlook Sun 3/5 pm We remain on the business side of an area of low pressure in Texas which continues to churn scattered rain showers in our direction. The rain chance will linger overnight, throughout the day Monday before a cold front clears us out during the day Tuesday. The front will also bring the chance of a few strong or severe thunderstorms. Tonight into Monday morning, the south wind will hold temperatures near 60 degrees, and some locations could even warm a few degrees overnight. For Monday, the warmer air will continue to pour in throughout the day, but we will remain stuck under overcast skies with scattered rain showers throughout the day (not an all day rain). Highs will be in the mid to upper 70s, and with the warmer air in place we will likely see a thunderstorm or two during the daylight hours. The severe weather threat will be primarily overnight, late Monday through Tuesday morning. A broken line of thunderstorms will develop an approach the northern half of the ArkLaTex around midnight. A few of the storms could bring high wind or large hail, so the Storm Prediction Center has areas north of I-20 in the 'slight/moderate' risk categories for severe weather. On Tuesday a 'marginal' risk is in place for all areas south of I-30 as the wind/hail threat will continue until the cold front moves out. (The latest severe weather outlook can be found at http://www.arklatexhomepage.com/severe-weather) The highest rainfall amounts Monday through Tuesday could be in the 1 to 2 inch range. We should see a clearing trend by Tuesday afternoon and the sun will return Wednesday with highs behind the front not dropping much. Wednesday highs are forecast to be in the 70s. The warm pattern will stay through next weekend with slight rain chances Thursday, Friday and a slightly higher chance for rain next weekend. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12503/6815813?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KTAL




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