AFTERNOON: The rest of your Monday will feature temperatures in the low 40s with mostly cloudy skies. Northern Arkansas could see another round of light rain/sleet/snow, but accumulations are not likely.

TONIGHT: Clouds will quickly clear out tonight. This will allow for temperatures to drop quickly. Lows by Tuesday morning will be in the teens and low 20s.

TUESDAY: Behind that small low-pressure system we will see another push of cooler air. Many locations will only get into the upper 30s for high temperatures Tuesday afternoon.

EXTENDED OUTLOOK: By Wednesday we will warm into the 60s. Along with the warm temperatures, we will see a lot of rain on Thursday and Friday. We could see 2-4″ of rain by the weekend. There’s a chance we dry out in time for New Years’ celebrations.

– Meteorologist Alex Libby

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