Storm system will bring cold front and rain to the area late in the evening

SHREVEPORT, Louisiana. Water vapor shots taken Wednesday night showed our next weather maker over southern Kansas. This system is expected to go through ArkLaTex late tonight.

At present, the Storm Prediction Center seems to think that a strong cap or layer of warm, dry air overhead should keep severe weather at bay! The closest risk zone is in northeast Arkansas.

Rain forecast

Very little rainfall is also expected.

Here is the forecast:

Late evening forecast

A late-night storm system could generate showers north of the I-30 corridor.

Forecast for 12:00 Thursday

At midnight, this area of ​​rain can spread as far south as Texarkana.

Forecast for Thursday at 2 am

Showers and scattered storms could develop from Toledo Bend northeast to Arkansas by 2am.

Forecast for Thursday at 4 am

Rain is forecast to move further southeast at 4 am.

Forecast for Thursday at 7 am

Clear, windy and cool weather is forecast Thursday morning as the storm system leaves ArkLaTex.

Easy to navigate the weather. Stay up to date with all the latest weather events with MEGA 3 StormTeam. Joe Haynes, Brian Fowler and Skip Kordas are here to help you weather the storm and keep you and your family safe. You’ll also want to arm yourself with the MEGA 3 StormTeam app available for both Apple and Android devices. If necessary, look for a live stream on all your devices connected to KTBS 3 Now, including KTBS 3.2 and ktbs.com.

Also, use #ktbswx on social media to report damage, floods, or post images and videos. Please remember SAFETY FIRST.

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