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Several warnings have been issued around the state. Stay with todaysthv.com for updates.

Thursday Forecast

A strong cold front has brought winter back to Arkansas. Windy and colder conditions are expected state-wide with clouds breaking up throughout the day. Sunny and warmer conditions are in store for Friday. 

Thursday: Clearing, windy and cold. High near 40. Northwest winds 15-25 mph.

Weekend forecast

Sunshine continues through the weekend with slightly cooler temperatures. High pressure dominates before moisture moves in Monday night.

Saturday: Mostly sunny and colder. High 45. Wind NE at 5-10mph.

Saturday Night: Mostly clear and cold. Low 27.

Sunday: Mosly sunny and a few degrees warmer. High 48.

Thursday night forecast 12/8

High pressure is keeping skies clear. Temperatures will fall below freezing overnight. Sunshine should continue into the weekend with slightly cooler temperatures Saturday.

Thursday Night: Mostly clear and cold. Low 29. Wind SW-5mph

Friday: Mostly sunny and cool. High 51. Wind N 5-10mph.

Monday forecast

Rain will continue across the region for a good part of the day today with a transition to sleet/snow mix in northwest Arkansas. Wouldn't be surprised to see some accumulation in higher elevations of the north central and northwestern areas of the state.  Otherwise a cold, rainy Monday for the rest of us.

Monday: 90% Rain through early afternoon, then a chance of rain through the evening hours. High 45. Wind N 10-15.

Live severe weather coverage

THV's weather team is currently tracking severe weather threats in several parts of the state. Meteorologist Tom Brannon recommends you have a plan in place. Stay with Today's THV and todaysthv.com for updates.

Oct. 28 is Arkansas Weatherization Day

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola will spoke at a celebration of the energy-saving Weatherization Assistance Program at 10:00 a.m. on Oct. 28 at the River Market Pavilion in downtown Little Rock.

The program, which makes improvements to the homes of those of low and moderate income to make them more energy efficient, safe, and healthy, is funded by the federal Department of Energy, administered by the state Office of Community Services (OCS), and operated primarily by the community action agencies. Since it was begun in 1976, it has injected more than $160 million into communities to improve more than 73,900 homes, helping Arkansans conserve home energy and save income for other necessities.