The coldest weather of the fall season should arrive in South Arkansas by Tuesday morning.
But first, showers will become widespread overnight Saturday, with moderate to heavy rainfall possible. No severe weather is expected.
The National Weather Service in Shreveport said a few lingering showers will be possible Sunday morning before coming to an end by early afternoon. Dry and cool conditions will then settle in through Wednesday morning.
Clearing skies Monday night into Tuesday morning will bring the first widespread freeze to the area.
The low Sunday night will be around 31 with highs rising only into the mid 40s on Monday.
On Monday, winds will be from the northwest with gusts as high as 20 mph.
There will be widespread frost after 9 p.m. Monday, with conditions becoming clear and cold with a low around 24 degrees.
High temperatures through the work week will be around 50, with lows at or below freezing.