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Last Map Update: Fri, Feb. 22, 2019 at 9:41:42 pm CST

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Areas of dense fog have already developed with visibilities falling to between one half and one quarter of a mile across portions of Northeast Texas, near and south of interstate 20, and extreme northwest Louisiana. Motorists this evening and possibly later tonight, should leave headlights on low beam and be prepared to slow down if they encounter areas where visibilities lower abruptly.
Look for temperatures to remain steady this evening, but slowly warm overnight from south to north as a warm front lifts north across East Texas and North Louisiana. Temperatures will range from near 50 degrees across extreme Northeast Texas, Southeast Oklahoma, and Southwest Arkansas, to the mid/upper 50s across the rest of East Texas, extreme Southern Arkansas, and much of North Louisiana. Lower and mid 60s are expected though across the southeast sections of Northcentral Louisiana.
Strong to Severe Thunderstorms are expected across the Four State Region on Saturday. This activity should move quickly through the region during the day Saturday with Damaging Winds, Large Hail and Tornadoes possible.
Rain chances will remain high tonight as areas of showers with a few isolated thunderstorms will persist along and north of a warm front that will shift north into East Texas and North Louisiana.
Climate Data for 02/22/2019
Here is the forecast rainfall through Saturday afternoon. Additional rainfall amounts of 0.75 inches to in excess of 1.50 inches are expected tonight through Saturday afternoon across much of East Texas, Southwest Arkansas, and North Louisiana.

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Location Time
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Weather Vsby.
(SM)
Temp.
(ºF)
Dewpt.
(ºF)
Hum.
(%)
Wind
(mph)
Wind Chill / Heat Index
(ºF)
Pres.
(in)
De Queen AR20:53Lightning Observed105252100E 8-29.92
El Dorado AR20:53Overcast10575696ENE 8-29.95
Henderson TX21:15Overcast1/2515098CALM-29.91
Idabel OK21:15Overcast55050100E 9-29.92
Longview TX21:07Fog1/45151100CALM-29.91
Lufkin TX20:53Fog1/25757100CALM-29.91
Monroe LA21:15Light Rain \ Mist \ Lightning Observed6575696W 5-29.97
Mount Pleasant TX21:15Overcast4525195SE 3-29.93
Nacogdoches TX20:56Mist3/45555100CALM-29.92
Natchitoches LA21:15Mist5575799CALM-29.93
Shreveport LA (Regional Airport)20:56Light Drizzle \ Fog1/45454100ENE 3-29.93
Shreveport LA (Downtown Airport)20:52Fog1/2555393ENE 3-29.94
Texarkana AR20:53Light Rain \ Mist1 3/45454100VRB 6-29.93
Tyler TX20:53Mist2515096E 6-29.90

 


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