Thursday will be mostly dry and continued mild with mostly sunny skies and highs in the 70s, although clouds will increase later in the day. The frontal boundary stalled near the LA/AR border will return North Thursday night with a few showers and isolated thunderstorms. The warm front will bring warm, Gulf air back across Arkansas ahead of a fast moving cold front, which approaches Friday afternoon. Potentially strong storms will develop along the frontal boundary Friday afternoon with the areas at greatest risk for Eastern and Southeast Arkansas. For more on the severe weather threat for Friday, check out the FOX16 Weather Blog
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