Get ready and hold on tight!! The weather will take us on another wild wide over the next few days. After rain and a few rumbles of thunder Saturday, it will turn much colder and windy. We have been talking about an area of low pressure aloft which will cut off from the main flow. While there are still model disagreements, the low should cut off close to the state. This will keep clouds and a few light rain showers around, especially for those closer to the area of low pressure. The conditions in the upper levels of the atmosphere appear favorable for frozen precipitation to fall, but surface temperatures should be well above freezing. If any snow can mix in with the rain, it will be light and confined mainly to northern and eastern areas. Ground temperatures are also way too warm for anything to accumulate.
As I have been saying on Saturday Daybreak, if there are any snowflakes, it will NOT be anything significant. The BIG weather story will be the turn to much colder weather as highs today reach 70, but won't get out of the 30s and 40s Sunday and Monday with even colder wind chill readings.
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|This is our exclusive model, "Futurecast". This shows the cold upper low sitting on top of Arkansas. This will definitely bring a chill to the air. If there are any light rain showers, a few wet snowflakes COULD mix in at times.|