A wave moving along a frontal boundary across Southeastern Arkansas will bring another round of rain to the area tonight into early Friday morning. No storms are expected and rainfall amounts will generally be between half an inch to inch, with localized amounts up to 1.5". Temperatures will continue to fall behind the front dropping into the lower 40s by Friday morning. Showers will come to an end by mid morning Friday, but clouds will linger along with chilly temperatures. Highs Friday afternoon will only reach the mid 40s. Skies will clear our Friday night as high pressure builds in. A clear but cold start to Saturday with lows near freezing and afternoon highs in the 50s with sunshine.
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