Cooling trend continues through Friday. Rain still on the way this weekend. Next week looks mainly dry and warmer. Christmas outlook changes......again. Much of the Arklatex witnessed lots of clouds through the morning hours. Those clouds decreased some during the afternoon. It was a little cooler Thursday with temperatures mainly in the upper 50s to low 60s. Expect even cooler temperatures Friday. We will once again see a mix of sunshine and clouds.
Most of the Arklatex will experience colder temperatures tonight. Weekend looks sunny and warmer. Dry weather to linger for the next week. Rain possible next weekend. Most of the Arklatex missed out on the snow caused by an upper level disturbance that moved across the southern part of the country. We did see a few flakes over the southern edge of the area but witnessed no accumulation. Drier air moved into the area Friday clearing out the clouds and setting the stage for a very cold night tonight.
Clouds to stick around for much of the area into Thursday. Below normal temperatures continue into the weekend. We settle back into a very dry weather patter for at least the next two weeks. The cold front mentioned yesterday has cleared the Arklatex and much cooler air has settled into the area with afternoon temperatures that are 20 to 25 degrees cooler than yesterday. Copyright 2017 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved.
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