The unseasonably warm temperatures will stay in place over the next few days with little if any rainfall. Look for highs near 90 degrees and lows near 70. A front does move through the state Wednesday, but it will be moisture starved so only very low end rain chances will accompany it. Behind the front, much cooler and drier air will move into Arkansas. Due to the recent dry conditions, lack of significant rainfall in the forecast, and the expected low humidity values late in the week, the wildfire danger will increase quickly in our state. No burn bans will most likely increase for counties over the state.
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