Low clouds have been stubborn to break up today across the area, and as such, temperatures have been slowly rising through the day. They will keep rising overnight ahead of a cold front currently moving through Arkansas and Louisiana. Rain showers are possible ahead of the front this evening, but most of the rain won't arrive until near and after midnight tonight. A strong could produce some strong winds, but no severe weather is expected with the passage of the front.
Rain will come to an end near sunrise tomorrow morning with skies clearing quickly behind the front. We will see plenty of sunshine through the rest of our Saturday, and winds will be strong from the west behind the front. High temperatures will happen closer to the noon hour tomorrow with temperatures then falling rapidly through the rest of the afternoon and evening.
Sunday will be a transition day as high pressure will be in control ahead of our next cold front on Monday which looks to bring a few showers during the day. This will be the first of a series of cold fronts next week, but the only one at this point that looks to bring rain showers. Temperatures will follow a roller coaster ride by dropping behind each front and then warming back up before another front arrives. The only steady thing will be overnight lows which will be in the low to mid 30s through most of next week.
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