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Last Map Update: Tue, Feb. 21, 2017 at 6:55:28 am CST

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Looking ahead to the rest of the week, there are a few key forecast items to note. First, while other days will actually be warmer, there is a chance of setting some daily record highs on Wednesday. The second item of interest will be Friday afternoon after a dry front passes through. Behind the front, warm temperatures, gusty winds, and low relative humidity levels will create high fire danger levels. And finally, while it's still winter, trees and flowers are starting to bloom, and that's not good. There may be a freeze in the northwest half of the state Friday and Saturday nights.
Clouds and scattered showers will hold temperatures in the 60s to around 70 degrees today.
Through 500 am CST this morning, one quarter to three quarters of an inch of rain was common across Arkansas. However, there was a narrow swath of one to two inch amounts from Monticello to Pine Bluff, Little Rock, Heber Springs, and Melbourne.

 
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