10/28 – Brittany’s “Cloudy & Cool” Friday Night Forecast
The upper low to our west will move eastward across Texas this afternoon and evening, and be located near Shreveport by early Saturday morning. Beyond that point, the low begins to open up and move northeastward toward the Ohio River Valley Saturday night.
Tonight, we’ll have cloudy skies with a 30% chance for isolated showers possible in advance of an approaching system that will make its way through our area tomorrow. Heading into tomorrow, we’ll see the potential for excessive rainfall and severe weather. We’ll be under a MARGINAL threat for excessive rainfall and could see localized areas of up to 3 inches of accumulation. We’ll also be under a SLIGHT threat for severe weather. The greatest threats we could see would be strong gusting winds of up to 40 mph and lower potential for isolated tornadic activity.
Once the system moves through our area, we’ll begin to see clearing conditions by Sunday. Our Halloween forecast on Monday will be pleasant and cool.