A cold front arriving in the ArkLaTex will bring bitterly cold temperatures to the Texarkana area.
The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for the Texarkana area.
A strong cold front will arrive today with showers, periods of rain, and drizzle likely. Northwest winds of 15 to 20 mph with gusts to 30 mph can be expected this afternoon and evening behind the front.
“Wind chills during the overnight hours to just after daybreak will range from the low teens to the northwest to low 20’s elsewhere. The precipitation will come to an end around midnight tonight with a brief possibility of a wintry mix west of I-30 with no accumulations expected. For much of the area, a return to much colder, freezing temperatures will start soon after the precipitation ends. Low temperatures along and north of I-20 will reach the mid to upper 20s with most sites north of I-30 reaching the lower 20s.”
Tuesday`s high temperatures and Tuesday night`s low temperatures will be unseasonably cold with near record values approached or broken. Maintain precautions taken to protect pets, plants, and pipes from this anomalous threat.