SYNOPSIS...A strong disturbance aloft and a surface cold front will dominate our weekend forecast. A cold front will be moving through during the day Sunday. A high chance of rain Sunday which is a welcomed sight after an abnormally dry September and October before this weekend. The rain will help the minor drought situation which has developed over these last several dry weeks. Seasonable start to the new work and school week ahead as we are heading into the final days of October.
SATURDAY NIGHT... Muggy. Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and storms (50%) then becoming more isolated overnight (30%). Lows 68-76. SSE winds of 4-12 mph.
SUNDAY... Fog possible in some locations. Mostly cloudy throughout Sunday with scattered showers and storms, up to a (100%) of rain, especially in the morning and early afternoon hours associated with the frontal passage. Highs 76-84. SSE winds shifting to the SW then W at 4-14 mph.
SUNDAY NIGHT... Much more pleasant. Mostly cloudy to start with scattered showers and storms (50%) then clearing out nicely (0%) with mostly clear skies as the front exits Cenla. Lows 50-58. NW winds of 4-14 mph.
MONDAY... Fog possible in some locations. Mostly sunny skies. Dewpoints in the 40s and 50s, a very pleasant feel! Highs 71-79. NW winds of 4-16 mph.
-Weathercaster Tyler Hall
|Today's Normal High||78|
|Today's Normal Low||53|
|Record High Temp/Year||93/1939|
|Record Low Temp/Year||34/1987|
|Sunrise This Morning||7:18 AM|
|Sunset Tonight||6:31 PM|
|Month to Date Precipitation/Month's Normal||0.03/4.16|
|Year to Date Precipitation/YTD Normal||51.75/40.29|