LITTLE ROCK (KATV) -
The front that brought yesterday's storms has stalled in south Arkansas. Most of the state will see slightly drier and slightly cooler air today with highs mainly in the upper 80s. That bit of relief doesn't last long though. The front will lift back to the north on Friday with warmer temperatures returning into the lower 90's. Mostly dry and hot Saturday with highs in the mid 90's at many locations. Sunday will see another front moving into and through the state late in the day. Moisture appears to be limited with the new front so small rain chances will be warranted. Cooler readings in the mid to upper 80's will be back next week.
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