Shower & storm activity will continue tonight through the overnight hours as a cold front approaches the area. It’s associated with a storm system that triggered 2 reports of tornadoes near the Louisiana and Arkansas border. The first report was in Hosston, LA at 10:53am and the second was reported in Springhill, LA at 11:24am. There were also several wind damage reports in and around that area. Fortunately for us, we aren’t expecting a severe threat tonight.
Patchy fog will develop through tomorrow morning. It may be dense at times so use caution if you’re heading out Sunday morning. It will be mostly cloudy and there’s a 40% chance for storms. It will be warm and muggy with highs in the upper 70s, lows in the mid 60s.
Grab the umbrella and rain gear for Monday as we’ll see an uptick in rain and storm chances (50%). Overcast skies and highs in the mid to upper 70s, lows in the lower 60s. We’ll see a break in the rain on Tuesday but clouds will be sticking around as well as the warmth and humidity.
We’re keeping an eye on Wednesday-Friday. Models are showing an aggressive storm system that we will have to monitor for heavy rain and severe weather potential. Stay tuned.
St. Patrick’s Day weekend, luck is on our side! Look for cooler temperatures, lower humidity, and some sunshine.
Meteorologist Grace Lim