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Tuesday forecast 6/7

Summer-like conditions continue as high pressure dominates our weather.  

Tuesday: Partly Cloudy, High 98

Tuesday Night:  Mostly Clear, Low 73

Monday forecast 6/6

Your Monday THVideo weather forecast for June 6, 2011. It's going to be a hot one.

Friday forecast 6/3

High pressure continues to bring partly cloudy and warm conditions to the entire mid-south and southeast. Record heat is possible today and for the weekend as high pressure aloft gains strength.

Friday: Partly cloudy & hot. High 97. Wind SE 5-10. HX 95-100.

Thursday forecast 6/2

High pressure continues to bring partly cloudy and warm conditions to the entire mid-south and southeast. And with that high pressure area, low level ozone could be a problem for persons with respiratory issues, therefore an Ozone Action Day is set for Thursday. Record heat may is possible today and for the weekend as high pressure aloft gains strength.

Thursday: Partly cloudy & hot. High 96. Wind SE 5-10. HX 95-100.

Wednesday forecast 6/1

High pressure continues to bring partly cloudy and warm conditions to the entire mid-south and southeast. Rain chances remain limited, but temperatures will continue to warm each day. The best chance of rain will be across the northern most counties late Wednesday, but chances are only about 20%.

Record heat may be possible by the end of the week as high pressure aloft gains strength.

Wednesday: Partly cloudy & hot. High 94. Wind SE 5-10.

Friday forecast 5/27

Skies cleared out overnight leaving behind sunny skies.

High pressure will build in bringing an end to the unsettled pattern we've seen lately. A more summer like pattern should last through the beginning of June.

Slight chance of a shower in NW Arkansas overnight as a small disturbance slides by that corner of the state.  The rest of the weekend will remain dry and warm.   

Friday: Partly Cloudy, High 81

Friday Night:  Partly Cloudy, Low 65

Saturday:  Partly Cloudy, High 87

Wednesday forecast 5/25

Violent spring weather continues to affect the southern plains and mid south. Tuesday night, severe storms will push into western Arkansas. By Wednesday afternoon, the storm system will keep an enhanced threat for severe weather and tornadoes across the eastern half of the state.

Storms should end early Thursday with a return to a more quiet weather pattern.

Tuesday Night: Mostly Cloudy, 30% T'Storms, Strong to severe storms west and north west. Low 68

Wednesday: Partly to Mostly Cloudy, 50% T'Storms, some severe. High 87