TONIGHT40sIncreasing clouds. Remaining breezy and very mild.
Mostly cloudy and windy.Satellite & RadarWind Chill
Good afternoon! Temperatures are soaring at the noon hour and will easily hit the lower and middle 60s today, with a few readings in the upper 60s possible over Arkansas. Clouds are expected to build in late tonight with early lows in the middle 40s and wake-up temperatures on Tuesday in the lower 50s for many. Clouds will have the largest impact on highs tomorrow with upper 50s to upper 60s depending on any breaks in the clouds. A few showers are possible (or a rumble or two of thunder) along the front Tuesday evening into early Wednesday, but a better chance of rain still looks like it will hold until Friday.
Good morning! The first part of the week is going to be quite mild as a south wind pushes highs into the 60s. The fire danger is going to be high today due to low humidity and wind gusts around 30 mph, particularly over the northwest Ozarks. A red flag warning is in effect from Springfield to the northwest to account for this. Low level moisture will begin to race northward tonight and clouds will increase. This will make for a very mild night with lows only in the middle 40s for most of us. Tuesday's highs will be a bit cooler but still warm. A few showers are likely along an incoming weak cold front Tuesday night and Wednesday with the best chances over northern Arkansas and far southern Missouri. Thursday will be a dry day but another storm will bring a round of rain to the region on Friday. Models have been going back and forth for the weekend with more or less cold air with each run. Sunday's models were showing snow on Saturday while today's are showing nearly all rain. My hunch is that even if we do get snow there won't be any arctic connection and ground temperatures will be far too warm for any substantial accumulation.