Catch The Sun If You Can

Current Radar

Tonight – Cloudy – Temps Drop into mid-to-upper 50°s

Clouds will remain throughout the night. Just like today, skies may clear a little in the night but clouds high in our atmosphere will remain.

Below is the total cloud cover which shows clouds throughout our region and a possible slight break in the evening hours:


Tuesday – More Clouds, Still Nice – Wake Up: 53° High: 74°

Just be like Monday. High altitude clouds throughout the day, maybe some sunlight here and there. Temperatures will be warmer with the southerly winds between 10 and 15 mph.


Wednesday – Even More Clouds – Wake up: 58° High: 75°

Same story as Monday and Tuesday, but even warmer.

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Enter the Rain – Thursday On

*UPDATE* The system that will be bringing us rain seems to be moving slower than expected. Showers may begin Thursday into Thursday night, but the majority is not coming until Friday. When the rain comes, occasional thunderstorms will be possible, but nothing severe is expected in our area.

Temperatures won’t really drop. Highs throughout the end of the week into the weekend remain in the mid 70°s.

The heaviest rain will stay west of us, where flooding is a concern — especially for those in Arkansas and Louisiana. Here, expect up to 2″ of rain.

This rain is expected to continue into the weekend.

Extended Forecast (Updated to reflect NWS Discussion)


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