An upper level trough and cold front continue to move closer to the Ozarks today. Upper level energy ahead of the main front could fire a few isolated storms in the Ozarks today, but widespread rain isn’t expected. Any storms that develop will bring a chance for some large hail and damaging winds. Highs today are expected in the upper 70’s to low 80’s with partly sunny skies.
As the front moves in late tonight it will bring more widespread showers into Wednesday morning. Off and on showers and embedded storms will be possible during the day, which will bring highs down into the middle 70’s.
Much drier air will move in behind the front Thursday, but unfortunately it looks like an upper level disturbance wants to hang out in southern Arkansas heading into the weekend. This could bring a small chance for showers and added cloud cover Friday and Saturday.
The end of the weekend looks beautiful with highs Sunday in the upper 70’s with mostly sunny skies.