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  • FORECAST: Showers Ending, Cool and Windy

    SUNDAY:  Morning Showers, Afternoon Sunshine, Windy & Cool – Highs in the 60s/low 70s The cold front swept through the area Saturday morning, ushering in more seasonable temperatures for the next several days. The showers will come to an end throughout the morning hours.  Here’s when you can expect the rain to end in your neighborhood. Plenty of sunshine is expected by the afternoon, but don’t expect temperatures to warm up too much! A cold North wind will last all […]

  • WEEKEND OUTLOOK: Major Cold Front

    A major cold front is on the way!  Enjoy the warmth on Saturday with highs near 90 because it will be the warmest day by far for the next several days… This front will spark showers and storms today and tonight from the Great Lakes to Texas, but the worst storms will be towards Chicago.  Storms are possible for our area as well, but the main threats will simply be some thunder and lightning. These storms are expected to arrive […]

  • Rainy and Stormy Start

    One more round of showers and storms arrived early Tuesday morning and spread throughout the entire area.  Some folks picked up 0.5 inches of rain! Here are the end times for the rain, ending first in NW Arkansas and lingering a bit more for the River Valley.  Cloudy skies will last throughout most of the day, but a few peaks of sunshine will be possible especially in the River Valley and Boston Mountains by sunset. As the cold front pushes […]

  • FORECAST: Severe Risk This Evening

    After a mostly sunny and warm Monday, a cold front will be marching through our area Monday Night. Not only will it drop our temperatures by over 40 degrees, it will also bring the chance for some showers and storms overnight. Here is the timing of the storm chances.  Notice how the evening goes on, the chances go down.  The further west you live, the better chance you will have of seeing a possibly severe storm. MONDAY 7PM MONDAY 10PM […]

  • FORECAST: Chilly Start But Toasty Afternoon

    Temperatures were in the 40s and 50s Sunday morning.  You may need to grab the jacket this morning! This makes it over degrees cooler than Saturday morning! This is all due to a cold front that moved through yesterday and clear skies overnight.  There’s a big temperature difference across Arkansas this morning! If you’re worried about the cold, it will only be temporary.  Highs will be in the 80s by the afternoon on Sunday. -Matt

  • Storms Possible for Razorbacks in South Carolina

    Things could get muddy at Williams-Brice Stadium as the Razorbacks (2-2) play the South Carolina Gamecocks (3-2) on Saturday (Oct 7th) at 3PM. The natural grass football field could see pop up showers and storms throughout the game in Columbia.  Severe weather is not expected, but brief downpours and lightning could be possible.  Temperatures will be warm though in the 80s throughout the game,. -Matt

  • Weak Showers Pushing East

    Thunderstorms from Oklahoma quickly weakened early Saturday morning, but there are some leftover showers moving in, especially towards NW Arkansas.  More showers could spark ahead of the weak cold front moving in from Green Country in Oklahoma.  These should remain fairly light and not everyone will see raindrops, but the chance remains through the morning. Here are the timing of rain chances for your neighborhood: Rain Chances:  9AM-12PM Rain Chances:  12PM-3PM -Matt

  • Saturday Rain Breakdown

    A weak  front will be moving through our region this weekend, bringing the chance for a few LIGHT sprinkles Saturday morning.  NW Arkansas has the best chance of rain as you wake up and head out the door.  Here is the breakdown: SATURDAY 6AM – 9AM SATURDAY 9AM – 12PM SATURDAY 12PM – 3PM Here is a timeline for a 20% or greater chance of rain where you live: We will not be squeezing out too many raindrops as the […]