Temperatures will be rather mild overnight tonight with isolated showers and thunderstorms possible. Breezy conditions should occur tomorrow as an area of low pressure develops to our north-northwest, in response to an upper level trough of low pressure that will be moving eastward from the plains. Severe weather is likely tomorrow to our north, especially in much of Arkansas. However, this system will also push a cold front rapidly across our area during the early to mid-evening hours tomorrow. Severe storms are possible along a squall line of storms that will likely form along the front. The primary severe weather threat will be damaging winds, but a few tornadoes can’t be ruled out. A few showers are possible on Sunday, with drier weather expected for Monday with some sunshine returning. Clouds again increase on Tuesday ahead of our next weather maker which is forecast to move through on Wednesday, bringing with it another risk of severe storms. Much more pleasant weather is forecast for Thursday and Friday.