WEATHER RUNDOWN: Dense fog followed by record warmth

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***UPDATED TUESDAY MORNING***


Low pressure swirling through northern Arkansas and a stalled front to our east will keep parts of the area rather gloomy through the afternoon. Locations roughly along and east of Highway 65 will stay socked in with clouds and light showers through the afternoon whereas places west of this line will become mostly sunny. Temperatures east will stay in the upper 50s and low 60s because of clouds but areas that see sun could warm into the low 70s.


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Late tonight as skies clear, areas of dense fog will develop and this could impact the Wednesday morning commute. By Wednesday afternoon, high pressure will rebuild and temperatures will rapidly soar into the upper 70s breaking some records.


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Another very warm day for Thursday with highs in the upper 70s and maybe a few low 80s!


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A much stronger cold front will then sweep through the region by the end of the week with much colder air moving in. Highs by Saturday will only make it into the upper 40s with overnight lows dropping below freezing.


Our next chance of rain won't arrive until early next week.


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Have a great day!


-Matt Jones