FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA) – Temperatures have moderated some, and many areas on Wednesday will warm a bit above freezing for the first time in several days.
However the potential warm up will be tempered by a reinforcing shot of cold air later Wednesday with winds picking up out of the north.
Increasing mid and high clouds should keep low temps from dropping too far Wednesday night but will likely see a modest cool down for Thursday.
Stronger south winds leading to temperatures closer to normal for early January should return by the end of the week. It will feel downright balmy compared to the recent deep freeze.
Low-level moisture will begin to surge north Saturday ahead of an approaching system, which mid-range models remain slightly at odds regarding timing and strength.
Best overall precipitation chances appear to be Sunday, especially across eastern areas.
See the full forecast here.
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