KNOE Monday Evening Forecast

With Meteorologist Lucy Doll
Published: Jun. 9, 2020 at 1:39 PM CDT|Updated: 9 hours ago
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I hope you enjoyed the sunshine today because rain will dominate the rest of the week’s forecast. The high pressure that brought us pleasant conditions today will continue east overnight and our next disturbance will move south. A low-pressure system is coming out of the plains and will bring a cold front with it. Cloud cover will increase overnight in anticipation for this system.  Rain chances start tomorrow morning and increase throughout the day. We do see a break in the rain on Wednesday as high pressure allows for some brief clearing, but this doesn’t stick around for long as our next system brings rain through the weekend.

Tonight, clouds increasing with temperatures falling into the low 40s.

Tomorrow, rain chances increase throughout the day as a cold front inches south into the ArkLaMiss. Partly sunny with highs in the upper 50s.

Wednesday, mostly cloudy skies with scattered showers possible. Temperatures in the upper 50s.  Rain chances increase overnight as a warm front lifts north through the ArkLaMiss.

Thursday, a gloomy day with rain throughout the day. Temperatures in the mid 60s.

Friday, showers and thunderstorms with highs in the low 60s.

Saturday, mostly cloudy through the day. Rain picking up into the evening and overnight. Temperatures in the upper 50s.

Sunday, showers and thunderstorms return for the end of the weekend. Highs in the mid-60s.

Monday, showers and thunderstorms lead us into the start of the week.  Temperatures in the upper 60s.

Keep the umbrella handy this week!

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