We’re off to Arkansas’ largest city. I have no idea if that’s the proper way to write the possessive of Arkansas. That’s a weird one.
At 953PM, CT, Little Rock was reporting a temperature of 80 degrees with clear skies. A weak area of high pressure was parked over the south central part of the country. There was a cold front sweeping into the center of the country ushering in even more unseasonably cool air into the northern Plains, however the southerly flow ahead of the system will likely mean a brief warm up tomorrow.
The front will break down before it can bring much in the way of moisture to central Arkansas over the next 48 hours, however the dry post frontal ridge will arrive on time on Wednesday morning. There may be some isolated shower activity on Wednesday morning, but by and large, a dry and mostly sunny day should be anticipated.
Tomorrow – Mostly sunny, High 93, Low 64
Wednesday – Morning clouds and drizzle, becoming clearer, High 89, Low 68
TWC: Tomorrow – A mainly sunny sky. High 94, Low 68
Wednesday – Partly cloudy. High 92, Low 71
AW: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny and seasonably hot High 94, Low 67
Wednesday – Partly sunny High 91, Low 71
NWS: Tomorrow – Sunny High 94, Low 69
Wednesday – Mostly sunny, High 91, Low 68
WB: Tomorrow – Sunny, High 94, Low 69
Wednesday – Mostly Sunny, High 90, Low 69