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National Weather Service 7-day forecast

The National Weather Service in Shreveport is seeing 2 more "interesting" Arctic cold fronts pushing toward our Deep East Texas area. One this week-end and another toward next week-end.  The freezing precipitation should once again stay to our North into OKLA, and East into ARK/Northern LA areas.  The freezing forms will expand again all across the mid section of the country just like the one that just passed.  Both fronts will keep our temps at about 5-7 degrees cooler than normal for this time of the year.

The first event will begin with clouds building on Friday the 20th. The rain is forecast to begin late in the evening.  This is not a heavy rain event, but it will be a cold rain over an extended period through late Tuesday afternoon with 1/10 to 1/4 inch each day. Friday and Saturday temperatures will be above normal (pushing 70 degrees) ahead of the cold air on Sunday.  Our temps will drop into the upper 40's to low 50's for highs and low to mid 30's for low evening temperatures.  It will be windy with gusts in the 15 to 20 mph range through Monday evening. The winds will begin gusting from the South on Friday and turn gusty from the North on Sunday.

The second front will once again make its arrival known by Friday of next week.

NWS advisory's will be issued should the forecasts change between now and the arrival of the fronts should they turn severe.



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