SHREVEPORT, Louisiana. The tail of the storm system responsible for Tuesday’s wet weather moved over the I-30 corridor in northeast Texas. Regional radar showed rain in blue and snow in white late Tuesday evening.
AND Winter Storm Warning continues until 6 am Wednesday for the mountains of McKurtain County, Oklahoma. According to the Shreveport National Weather Service, 2-4 inches of snow is possible.
Snow tracks can extend as far as I-30 from Clarksville northeast to Arkansas. In this way, Winter weather advice Valid for Tuesday night.
Snow amounts are predicted from a trail in Texarkana to 4 inches in northern McKurtain County, Oklahoma.
Late evening temperatures were in the mid-30s from Idabel to DeQueen. The 40s were shown elsewhere.
Here is the forecast chart:
Rain and snow are expected from northeast Texas to Oklahoma and Arkansas at 10:00 pm.
At 11:00 p.m., most of the snow moves from Texarkana north into the mountains of Oklahoma and Arkansas.
The winter mix should end by midnight.
Get the latest on weather and travel conditions early Wednesday morning from Meteorologist Brian Fowler on KTBS 3 First News at 4:30 AM.