Rain likely across much of Arkansas on Easter Sunday — HOLIDAY FORECAST

It seems we have an endless supply up north right now. This will trigger some cloud cover, however, we should stay dry. High: 50s - near 60.

Thursday featured a rainy but much milder morning so today's 30s certainly felt chilly. And South Jersey is looking at upper 60s to around 70 degrees for one more day.

Only small changes will be noticed today in the weather. By the afternoon, we'll get sunshine and 70s, making for almost ideal Easter Sunday weather. That (of course) means that daytime temps will mainly be in the 30s. If you have an outdoor dinner date, then enjoy. However, some light snow may mix in before it all moves out. We're expecting about.50"-1" worth of rain. It will feel more like winter Easter Sunday morning with temperatures starting off in the mid to upper 20s with cloudy skies.

The weekend is just about here! There's only a slight chance of a passing sprinkle with seasonably cool temperatures. Wednesday looks partly sunny and a bit unsettled with chances for showers. Low to medium rain chances will rebuild in the following week.

Today (Friday): Several batches of rain may move through, with the heaviest and longest lasting perhaps being the early morning batch.

Normal highs & Lows: 68 & 44. We'll have a few rounds of storms, most likely between 10pm and 4am. Rain chances will return to the forecast early next week as an upper-level disturbance approaches the area.

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Friday: Good Friday will start cold, bright and mostly dry. You can also see our DVR option.

Have a great day and an even better holiday weekend!

  • Leroy Wright