Tonight...Considerable Cloudiness, Breezy and Turning Colder with Occasional Showers. Areas of Fog, especially at the Higher Elevations. Lows from 36° to 41°. Wind becoming Northerly around 9 to 18 mph. Chance of Precipitation is 70 percent This Evening, decreasing to 50 percent by Midnight.
Friday...Considerable Cloudiness, Breezy and Cold with Occasional Rain. Highs from 38° to 43°. Northerly Wind around 9 to 18 mph. Chance of Precipitation increasing to 70 percent.
Friday Night...Rain Likely before Midnight. Otherwise, Cloudy, Breezy and Cold. Lows from 33° to 38°. Northerly Wind around 9 to 18 mph. Chance of Precipitation is 70 percent in the Evening, decreasing to 20 percent by Midnight.
Saturday...Becoming Partly Cloudy and Warmer. Highs from 47° to 52°. Northerly Wind around 7 to 14 mph.
Saturday Night...Partly Cloudy and Cold. Lows from 29° to 34°. Calm Wind.
Sunday...Partly to Mostly Cloudy. Continued Warmer. Highs from 52° to 57°. Light and Variable Wind.
Sunday Night...Partly Cloudy and Cold. Lows from 29° to 34°. Calm Wind
Monday...Partly to Mostly Cloudy with Highs from 53° to 58°. Light and Variable Wind.
Monday Night...Partly to Mostly Cloudy. Lows from 30° to 35°. Light and Variable Wind.
Tuesday...Partly to Mostly Cloudy. Highs from 54° to 59°. Southerly Wind around 4 to 9 mph.
Tuesday Night...Mostly Cloudy and not as Cold. Lows from 37° to 42°, with temperatures slowly rising after Midnight. Southerly Wind around 4 to 9 mph.
Wednesday...Mostly Cloudy and Mild. Highs from 54° to 59°. Southerly Wind around 6 to 12 mph.
Wednesday Night...Mostly Cloudy and Cool. Lows from 40° to 45°. Southwesterly Wind around 4 to 9 mph.
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Rain spread across northwest Arkansas today in response to a weather disturbance reaching in from the south. This system brought copious amounts of moisture with it, forcing widespread rainfall. Meanwhile, a stronger weather system was over northern Texas, and will also continue to force moisture into northwest Arkansas tonight into Friday, before moving slowly into the lower Mississippi valley Friday night.
Otherwise, rainfall amounts between 1 to 2 inches are expected along and south of Highway 412 and east of Arkansas highway 23, with locally higher amounts approaching 3 inches possible across portions of Newton county. Localized flooding will be possible where the heavier rain bands develop, but this should not become widespread. Lesser amounts are expected to the north of U.S. highway 412 and west of Interstate 49, across the far northwest corner of Arkansas. Meanwhile, a cold front will move into northwest Arkansas this evening. Gusty north winds appear likely across portions of northwest Arkansas behind the front. The gusty winds will likely continue into Friday.
The forecast is very quiet after this system clears our area, with dry conditions for much of the weekend and into the first half of next week. Temperatures should be at or above seasonal normal after Friday.
...This Day in Weather History...
In 1987, 1 to 4 inches of snow were recorded across most of northwest Arkansas.
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