(4/10/2019) Good Wednesday morning! It’s a cool start to the day with temperatures sitting in the mid 50’s as you head out. We’ve got another toasty day ahead, highs in the mid to upper 80’s with sunny skies! Yesterday was the warmest day in more than 5 months, and we should top that this afternoon. Dress light and pack some extra water if you’re working outside. Winds will be breezy from the south with no clouds and no rain.
Overnight lows will dip into the lower 60’s with a few clouds moving in and winds staying breezy from the south.
Tomorrow we will see clouds build into the afternoon which will eventually lead up to some rain chances. A passing cold front will bring a line of broken showers, with a storm or two through the late afternoon-evening into the overnight hours. Temperatures will top out around 80° with a brisk southerly wind.
Friday looks pleasant, highs in the mid to upper 70’s with mostly sunny skies. This Saturday we will see our next threat for severe weather.The SPC has a 30% risk area across northeast Louisiana for severe weather. This is the equivelant of an enhanced risk. This is relatively high confidence for a threat still four days out. It’s looking like strong storms will move through the ArkLaMiss bringing the potential for all modes of severe weather, including a few tornadoes. Plan your weekend accordingly… we’ll keep the forecast updated as we get closer to the weekend. Have multiple ways to receive watches and warnings. You can follow us on Facebook or Twitter to receive watches and warnings, or download our KTVE/KARD Weather App.