Cloudy Skies Continue, More Showers on the Way Tonight

Cloudy Today, Showers/Thunderstorms Tonight

A blanket of clouds continue to stretch over all of our area. Expect for these clouds to hang around throughout the entire day.

You may notice some more robust clouds currently in Arkansas; this is what will be moving our way later today bringing more showers and some thunderstorms.

Latest run of the HRRR indicates showers moving in late tonight, likely around or after 9 PM.

HRRR Loop Now Through Late Tonight

There is a possibility of some thunderstorms becoming severe, which is why the Storm Predicition Center has included us in their Marginal Risk category.

Hail is the main concern. Damaging winds and isolated tornadoes are not a concern at this point.

Additionally, there could be periods of heavy rainfall in association with tonight’s showers and thunderstorms. The Weather Prediction Center has included us in their Marginal Risk for Excessive Rainfall.

This appears to be a low-end event in terms of severe weather. We will likely see rain tonight, but the severe weather dynamics still aren’t that great. We will continue to keep an eye on these showers/thunderstorms and our overall atmospheric environment as the day moves forward.

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Temps Cooling, Dreary Conditions Through Wednesday

Into tomorrow and Wednesday, expect for cloudy skies and small rain chances to hang around. These showers, if any, will be more scattered and light showers than heavy in nature.

GFS Loop Tuesday Morning Through Wednesday Evening

As for our temperatures, we will begin to see a cool-down in temps tomorrow as high temps will fall into the mid-60s. Additionally, our dew point temps will finally become comfortable over the next few days.

Sunny Skies Return Thursday

By Thursday, we will finally shake off this dreary weather pattern with sunshine returning. Sunny skies will continue through at least the first half of the weekend. Highs will stay near-normal in the mid to upper 50s through the weekend.