Temperatures today were trapped in the mid-50s, only peaking out at 54 degrees here in Springfield. The high temperatures yesterday of 83 degrees means we just experienced a nearly 30-degree change in the highs.

Northern Arkansas saw some light rainfall with only a little bit of precipitation spilling over the state line. Rain chances will come to a close as the night progresses and will be far gone, out to the east, by the time morning arrives.

Friday will be your typical fall day with most people reaching the 60 degrees mark. The clouds from today will push out making way for sunny skies with light north winds. Friday night will be another cold one in the mid-30s, but we should mostly avoid a freeze.

Veterans Day is also lining up to be a beautiful day. Temperatures will land in the low 60s with a fair mix of sun and clouds and light southeast winds. Plan for jacket weather in the morning and evening with temperatures in the 30s and 40s.

The nice weather pattern continues into next week with mid-60s Monday through Wednesday with mostly sunny skies. The bad news is that after today, no rain chances are coming our way over the next 7 days.

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