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Wednesday forecast

Dry and pleasant weather continues but temperatures will warm each day before our next front arrives late Thursday.

No rain is in the forecast for the next week.

Wednesday: Sunny, High 86

Tuesday forecast

A few storms will continue over south Arkansas through the morning hours, then skies will become partly cloudy to sunny and a little warmer today. A surface trough will move through this afternoon with drier air in its wake. Warmer temperatures are in store for Wednesday and Thursday with high's in the mid-80s.

Tuesday: Partly Cloudy, High 84. Wind W 5-10mph.

Monday forecast

A cold front moved through the state Sunday with strong storms producing large hail, and damaging wind in eastern Arkansas.  Monday looks a lot better with a fresh batch off cool Autumn air and sunshine. We will have a few changes and a slight warming trend through the rest of the week before another front blows through Thursday.

Monday:  Mostly sunny and pleasant. High 78. Wind NW 5-10mph.

Weekend weather forecast

Friday marks the first day of Autumn with cool crisp fall readings expected in the state today with sunny skies.  The weekend looks mainly dry with sunshine both Saturday and Sunday. However and upper-level disturbance will bring a rain chance by late in the weekend.

Friday: Mostly sunny and pleasant. High 77. Wind NE 5-10mph.

Monday forecast

A cool front will move across Arkansas during the day with skies gradually clearing and temperatures remaining about where they should be this time of the year. A dry weather pattern is in store this week with another cool front by Thursday.

Monday:  Becoming partly cloudy and mild. High 81. Wind NW 5-10mph.

Thursday forecast

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Temperature records set in Arkansas cities

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Low temperature records have been tied or broken in several Arkansas cities.
 
According to the National Weather Service, low temperature marks were set in El Dorado, Hot Springs, Pine Bluff and Texarkana early Wednesday. The temperature bottomed out at 47 degrees in El Dorado, tying a 1988 record, and a 51-degree reading in Pine Bluff tied a 1988 record.
 
Forecasters say the mercury plunged to 49 degrees in Hot Springs and Texarkana, breaking 1988 records of 50 degrees and 51 degrees, respectively.
 
On Tuesday, a 43-degree low tied a 1974 record in Fayetteville and a 1988 record of 56 degrees was broken when the temperature hit 55 degrees in North Little Rock.
 
In El Dorado, the temperature hit 51 degrees, three degrees cooler than on Sept. 6, 1907.