CENTRAL ARKANSAS FORECAST
1/21 – 1/24
A cold front will push through Arkansas on Thursday and stall to the south of the state which will keep rainfall chances elevated in that part of the state while the rest of Arkansas will see mostly to partly sunny skies. Temperatures will be cool to mild for January with highs in the 40s and 50s. Rainfall chances will increase a bit Thursday night as a system swings through but should decrease early Friday with skies becoming mostly sunny. Our next weather maker will come in on Sunday with showers and a few thunderstorms and that will extend into Monday. Highs will warm into the 50s and 60s by Monday. There is a slight window for some wintry precipitation Saturday night in far northern sections of the state but should not amount to much as temperatures will continue to warm in advance of the main rain shield. Rainfall will decrease late Monday but another chance will show up during the middle of next week with slightly colder temperatures.
Arkansas Severe Weather Outlook
1/21 – 1/24
No severe weather is forecast for central Arkansas through the weekend. There may be a better chance of some thunderstorm activity early next week.
Arkansas 7 Day Rainfall Outlook
1/21 – 1/27
Unsettled conditions are forecast for the state of Arkansas through the rest of this week with better chances of rainfall coming late in the weekend into early next week. Some of this rain could be heavy.