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Todd Yakoubian 6h
The coolest temperatures since early May should arrive Thursday morning.
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Todd Yakoubian Sep 21
This should be the last “hot” day for a long time.
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Ned Perme 38m
Some heavy rain with some lightening moving north through Saline County near Benton and Bryant.
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NWS Memphis 1h
has Issued a Flood Advisory for Monroe County in Northeastern Mississippi.
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Todd Yakoubian 1h
Thunderstorm moving into southern Saline county
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Austin Kellerman 7h
She's coming home. is taking her talents to her hometown of Cleveland. That means an opportunity for someone to join the Arkansas Storm Team! ▶️▶️
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Ned Perme 2h
Looks like a brief return to cooler and drier air behind the next cold front. Projected temperatures for Wednesday afternoon. Don't get too exited... A warmer weekend ahead.
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Pat Walker 🌨 2h
Scattered showers moving into the LR Metro for the afternoon drive time.
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Ned Perme 2h
A New cold front enters the state late Tuesday and moves through into early Wednesday. Lighter rainfall than the last Front. Generally a quarter inch or less.
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NWS Little Rock 3h
Scattered showers and thunderstorms are going to continue across the area tonight, as a warm front continues to lift northward. Temperatures overnight will be mild, with lows ranging from the mid 60's to the lower 70's.
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Jeff Baskin 37m
Brief downpour moving through Benton. Staying a bit unsettled as another cold front moves through this week. Forecast next on
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Hayden Nix Sep 12
If Arkansas were somehow an island in the Atlantic, this is what Hurricane Florence would look like compared to the size of the state! AR is 220 miles across from E to W. The eye of the storm is nearly 30 miles across. That's like driving from Benton to Jacksonville.
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Natalie Walters 7h
Last week we were talking about some fall-like air to make an appearance this week and it looks like Wednesday will be the day. Dewpoints will drop throughout the day on Wednesday with a cool and crisp start to Thursday morning!
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NWS Little Rock 22h
8 pm CDT radar update: light to occasionally moderate showers continue across portions of the state. Some isolated flooding is possible across central AR, mainly in northern Lonoke and southern/central White counties.
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Jarrod Hardke Sep 6
This is like watching a train wreck. Updated precipitation forecast has increased amounts spread over eastern AR. Surprising given current radar. Can only hope it’s wrong.
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Äusten L. Ønek WREG 2h
Thunderstorm cluster moving parallel to I-55 in NE , non-severe.
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StateRep David Meeks 17m
Beautiful rainbow!
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Natalie Walters 11h
Expect fog this morning and mostly cloudy skies this afternoon with showers on and off throughout the day. It will be warmer with highs in the lower 80s!
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Mary Hightower 10h
And the keeps on coming. Total as of 707 this morning.
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Pat Walker 🌨 11h
There is some morning fog, be careful. It will warm up today with scattered showers. See when the next cool down is coming athttps://www.kark.com/weather/video
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