Good Tuesday morning, it’s a warm start outside today with temperatures sitting in the upper 60’s to the lower 70’s. Humidity is high and it is not quite feeling like February outside. We are seeing some spotty showers outside and that will continue throughout the morning before we see some clearing and drying out this afternoon. We will be seeing sunshine before the day is up, with high temperatures nearing record highs in the mid 80’s. Monroe’s record high temperature for today is 85° set back in 1932. Skies will remain partly cloudy through the day and winds are going to be breezy from the south. Rain chances will be increasing again overnight tonight.
Tonight the low temperatures will stay mild again, only dropping down into the mid 60’s. We are also going to see a cold front begin to approach the region, so showers are in the forecast but will remain spotty.
Tomorrow a cold front will be passing through the ArkLaMiss bringing some rain. The squall line looks to be mostly broken, bringing some rain to us but severe potential is low as we will see some general showers and thunderstorms. Temperatures will still top out near 75 degrees with mostly cloudy skies, and those winds will be shifting from south to north in the afternoon bringing in the cooler, drier air.