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Quiet week with 70s and sunshine for Arkansas

Much of the Plains and Ozarks will be enjoying 60s/70s as November wraps up and December begins. Rain and cooler weather is possible by the weekend.

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The weather looks quiet this week across the Plains and Ozarks. Expect plenty of sunny days with highs in the 60s/70s around Arkansas and Oklahoma. High pressure will keep us dry. Our next storm system will not arrive until the weekend, bringing scattered rain rain chances. Temperatures will drop to the 50s next week.


-Dropping to the 30s/40s

- Mostly clear skies


- Highs in the 60s/70s

- Mostly sunny, few high clouds in the evening

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November is ending and December is arriving and the weather is staying the same, in fact it's feeling more like early fall with comfortable temperatures and plenty of sunshine. We will run roughly 15-20 degrees above normal this week in both Northwest Arkansas and the River Valley.

Rain will return by this coming weekend. Scattered showers will eventually be followed by cooler air. The fifties are likely to return next week.

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Winter will officially begin in a few weeks. All week long, we are airing our Arctic Arkansas 5-part series highlighting what we are expecting this winter and forecasting techniques that help us predict and track winter storms.

Every night at 10p we will air a new episode brought to you by the 5NEWS Weather Team. You can catch the episode again on 5NEWS This Morning.

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