TONIGHT: Our area of high pressure that brought us sunny skies all weekend will still be in control overnight tonight. This means we will see mostly clear skies and temperatures dropping into the mid 70s. Winds will be very light out of the south.

MONDAY: The morning hours will feature mostly sunny skies and temperatures quickly warming into the low 90s. During the afternoon we will see several showers and thunderstorms pop up. The storms will be pretty scattered, so there is only a 40% chance you see one. Northwest and Central Arkansas will see the best chance to see a storm. No severe weather is expected within any of the thunderstorms.

TUESDAY: Unsettled weather will continue into Tuesday. There is a 60% chance for rain all day Tuesday. The additional clouds and rain will keep temperatures in the 80s!

EXTENDED OUTLOOK: Rain chances continue all day Wednesday and into Thursday morning. When it’s all said and done, locations could see 1-3″ of rain. High pressure and sunny skies will return Thursday afternoon and into next weekend.

Have a great week everyone! – Meteorologist Alex Libby

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