LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Our weather pattern in the Natural State this week continues to be a bit unsettled as rain chances exist almost every day and temperatures rise and fall.
Early in the week, a warm front will be lifting northward, increasing the moisture content for the development of a few showers Monday and Tuesday. At the same time, this front will also cause an uptick in temperatures. High temperatures are forecast to trend about 10-15 degrees above normal through Wednesday.
Temperatures will fall back below normal by Thursday and Friday, mainly in the 60’s, as colder air comes in behind a cold front. The cold front will also spark a few showers and/or storms both days as it moves through the state.
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