It will be another cold day today despite considerable sunshine.
A warming trend will commence this weekend, but the warmup will be slowed by considerable cloudiness, which will begin increasing from the south tonight.
Rain chances will begin Saturday evening
In the south, with the rain chances expanding north later Saturday night. Some light freezing rain will be possible at the onset of the precipitation across parts of far northeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas, but impacts should be minor as temperatures warm above freezing Sunday morning. The highest rain chances through Sunday night will be across the southern and eastern parts
Of the forecast area.
The main upper-level system will approach the area Monday, with rain chances increasing again area wide. A cold front will move to across the area Monday evening, bringing an end to the rain. The
Airmass behind this front will not be that cool, and temperatures look to be near or slightly above the seasonal normals during the middle part of next week.
Trended toward the cooler side of guidance for high temperatures and the warmer side of guidance for lows the next couple days due to the considerable amount of cloudiness expected to start later tonight.