The National Weather Service in Little Rock has issued statement detailing a Hazardous Weather Outlook for a large part of Arkansas.
Additional rounds of rainfall are expected in the coming days, thanks to a frontal boundary that will come over Arkansas. Current forecast trends still indicate north Arkansas will see the highest rainfall totals, generally between 2 – 3 inches through Friday morning. Closer to one inch is expected in Saline County.
SNOW FOR CHRISTMAS?
The NWS says Arkansas temperatures will likely be above normal in mid December. It looks colder toward the end of the month, with some wintry weather not out of the question.
However, the odds of a white Christmas this year look low. The chance of at least one inch of snow on December 25th at less than 10%.