11/13 – Rob’s COLD & WINDY Forecast

An upper level trough is currently moving through Texas and Oklahoma while the surface front associated with this feature is well out into the Gulf of Mexico. Northwest surface flow is steadily bringing in post-frontal cold air while latest radar imagery shows showers passing across most of the area. This will continue through at least the morning hours, with rain potential decreasing slight this afternoon.

This high coverage of light rain and overcast skies combined with cold air will like result in no warming or possibly slight cooling throughout the day. That means the high temps has most likely already occurred. Those cloudy skies mentioned above will also keep temps from falling too much overnight. Lows may not fall 5 degrees from what they are at sunset.

Rain chances will end from west to east Wednesday and Wednesday night as the upper level low moves across extreme northern Louisiana and Southern Arkansas. Post frontal air mass will be well entrenched by this time. Highs will once again struggle to get out into the the 50s.

These temps will be 25 to 30 degrees below normal.

The remainder of this week and into the weekend looks to be a dry forecast as high pressure builds in with a very cold air mass bringing the first light freeze of this fall season to the area Thursday morning. Record lows could be tied or slightly exceeded in a few locations.

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