Rain was around for much of our Wednesday and it will continue for the next few days thanks to an upper level low that is slowly spinning near Texarkana. This low will get even closer to us for today and tomorrow, which will mean more of the same of what we saw yesterday. Rain will again be in waves with rain then a break followed by more rain and another break. We could see some isolated thunderstorms, especially tomorrow afternoon, but those will be few and far between.
Rain will continue on Friday but start to decrease in coverage as the upper level low weakens near us. It will finally fall apart on Saturday, but with so much moisture in place from all the rain, we could see some scattered showers and storms through our Saturday.
Things will start drying out late in the weekend as only stray to isolated showers and storms will be possible as high pressure once again tries to dominate the forecast. As we move into next week, temperatures warm back towards the upper 80’s and even the 90’s, and we will see more of a summer time pattern with thunderstorms in the afternoon due to daytime heating.
Skies won't fully clear out the next several days even as rain chances decrease thanks to all the moisture we will have in place from the rains we are seeing and will see this week. Temperatures for the next couple of days will be held down to around 80 thanks to clouds and rain
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