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Your Forecast for Northwest Arkansas
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Forecast update at 4:30 p.m. cst Friday, December 13, 2019
Tonight



Cold

Low:
32° to 37°

Wind:
W 4
Saturday



Cooler

High
44° to 49°

Wind Bec:
N 5|10
Saturday
Night


Colder

Low:
34° to 39°

Wind Bec:
E 5|10
Sunday


Chance of
Lgt.Rain
& Cold
High
44° to 49°

Wind:
SE 7|14
Rainfall:
< 0.10"
Sunday
Night

Occasional
Rain/Thunder
& Cold
Low:
38° to 43°

Wind Bec:
NW 7|14
Rainfall:
< 0.75"
Monday


Occasional
Lgt.Rain
& Cold
High
38° to 43°

Wind:
NW 8|16
Rainfall:
< 0.25"
Monday
Night


Very Cold

Low:
17° to 22°

Wind:
NW 7|14
Wind Chill:
0° to 10°
Tuesday



Cold

High
35° to 40°

Wind:
NW 4|9
Tuesday
Night


Very Cold

Low:
17° to 22°

Wind:
Calm
Wednesday



Cold

High
40° to 45°

Wind:
SW 4|9
Wednesday
Night


Very Cold

Low:
25° to 30°

Wind:
SW 4
Thursday



Cool

High
45° to 50°

Wind:
SW 6|12
Thursday
Night


Cold

Low:
30° to 35°

Wind:
SW 4|9

Tonight...Partly Cloudy and Cold. Lows from 32° to 37°. Wind Westerly around 4 mph, or Less.
Saturday...Increasing Cloudiness and Cooler. Highs from 44° to 49°. Wind Becoming Northerly around 5 to 10 mph.
Saturday Night...Partly to Mostly Cloudy and Colder. Lows from 34° to 39°. Wind Becoming Easterly around 5 to 10 mph.

Extended Forecast:
Sunday...Cloudy and Cold with a chance of Light Rain, or Drizzle. Highs from 44° to 49°. Wind Southeasterly around 7 to 14 mph. Chance of Precipitation is 20 Percent in the Morning, increasing to 40 Percent by Afternoon.
Sunday Night...Cloudy and Cold with Occasional Rain or Drizzle. An Isolated Thunderstorm is also Possible. Lows from 38° to 43°. Wind Becoming Northwesterly around 7 to 14 mph. Chance of Precipitation is 70 Percent.
Monday...Cloudy and Colder with Occasional Light Rain or Drizzle. Highs from 38° to 43° in the Early Morning Hours, with falling Temperatures during the Day. Wind Northwesterly around 8 to 16 mph. Chance of Precipitation is 70 Percent.
Monday Night...Mostly Cloudy and Very Cold. Lows from 17° to 22°. Wind Northwesterly around 7 to 14 mph, Producing Wind Chills between 0° to 10°.
Tuesday...Partly to Mostly Cloudy in the Morning, becoming Sunny in the Afternoon. Cold with Highs from 35° to 40°. Wind Northwesterly around 4 to 9 mph.
Tuesday Night...Clear and Very Cold. Lows from 17° to 22°. Wind Calm.
Wednesday...Sunny and Cold. Highs from 40° to 45°. Wind Southwesterly around 4 to 9 mph.
Wednesday Night...Mostly Clear and Very Cold. Lows from 25° to 30°. Wind Southwesterly around 4 mph, or Less.
Thursday...Mostly Sunny and Cool. Highs from 45° to 50°. Wind Southwesterly around 6 to 12 mph.
Thursday Night...Mostly Clear and Cold. Lows from 30° to 35°. Wind Southwesterly around 4 to 9 mph.

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This Weather Briefing was update at 4:30 p.m. cst Friday, December 13, 2019

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Relatively nice weather this afternoon with temperatures in the 50s under clearing skies. A cold front will move into Northwest Arkansas late tonight, pushing south of the our area by Saturday morning. Cooler conditions will be felt behind the front Saturday afternoon across Northwest Arkansas with northerly winds and increasing cloud cover.

Another upper level storm system will move out of the desert southwest Sunday into Monday with increasing precipitation chances. Areas of light rain and drizzle will likely spread into Northwest Arkansas from the south during the day Sunday. As the upper level storm system approaches Sunday night, precipitation should begin to increase in coverage and instability may be sufficient to support a few isolated rumbles of thunder Sunday night across northwest Arkansas.

Forecast models then show colder air moving back into Northwest Arkansas Monday. This colder airmass could have an impact on our precipitation type before the precipitation ends late in the day Monday. Things quiet down some from Monday night on. Below normal temperatures on Tuesday will be followed by a warm-up, with near normal temperatures by the middle of next week.

...This Day in Weather History...

In 1987, 1 to 4 inches of snow were recorded across most of northwest Arkansas.

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