An active upper-level pattern will present the ArkLaMiss with another severe weather scenario tomorrow (Tuesday). Damaging winds will be the primary concern as a squall line of storms develops ahead of a cold front tomorrow afternoon.
The front is part of a fast moving, upper-level disturbance that will trigger strong/severe storms across much of the central United States. The better ingredients for more widespread severe weather should be to our northeast, across the Mid-Mississippi Valley.
Damaging wind gusts and brief, line-embedded tornadoes will be our primary concerns starting in the early afternoon across the western half of the area. Most of the storms should clear the Mississippi River before midnight.
Cooler air will move into the region for most of Wednesday with another quick-moving system for Friday/early Saturday. Temperatures will dip again for Saturday afternoon with a rapid warm up for the first of next week.