Chances for rain are going up the next several days. A cold front is diving south across the Plains and will gives us those rain chances. Throughout Tuesday afternoon, a stray sprinkle is possible as partly cloudy skies hold on. An isolated storm threat arrives tonight and Wednesday.
2PM-6PM TUESDAY: Stray sprinkle
1AM-9AM WEDNESDAY: Isolated storm, most likely non-severe
12PM-8PM WEDNESDAY: Scattered shower or storm, one or two could turn severe
TUESDAY SEVERE ZONES
Storms will fire up across Kansas and Oklahoma. A few of those may reach Arkansas overnight.
Futurecast 3AM Wednesday
WEDNESDAY SEVERE ZONES
The cold front will arrive in Arkansas midday on Wednesday, allowing for more showers and storms to pop up. One or two could turn severe.
More widespread showers and rumbles of thunder will take place throughout Wednesday. A round in the late morning is likely, followed by another round in Wednesday afternoon.