A strong cold front will pushing across Arkansas with a line of thunderstorms. Most of the storms so far today have remained below severe limits due to limited heading ahead of the front. The front will push East through the afternoon into Eastern Arkansas. Most storms will push out of Arkansas by about 7 PM as the front moves East.
Much colder air is following the front. As of early afternoon, temperatures across Western Arkansas were falling into the 40s and 50s
Temperatures will continue to fall through the evening hours as the front clears the State by later this evening.
A quieter weather pattern is expected for the weekend, with mostly sunny skies but below average temperatures.
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