|Updated: 2/06/2012 11:29 am
||Published: 2/05/2012 9:22 pm
High pressure will keep our sky mostly sunny today. Besides the bright scenery, we'll start out cold in the 30s but rise up to the mid 50s by the afternoon. Tonight we'll cool back down to the 30s while the clouds slowly advance from the west. By the time we reach Tuesday we wont see as much sunshine. In fact, tomorrow looks rather gloomy. With the lack of sunshine and light wind from the south, we'll barely make it back up to 50 degrees. Later on Tuesday night there will be a weak disturbance that will move through the state. As this disturbance move into Arkansas there will be a small chance of flurries and light showers. No accumulation of snow is expected out of this system.