Mountain Home, AR Marine Weather and Tide Forecast
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Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Mountain Home, AR

April 23, 2024 12:46 PM CDT (17:46 UTC) Change Location
Sunrise 6:25 AM   Sunset 7:56 PM
Moonrise 6:52 PM   Moonset 5:08 AM 
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Little Rock AR 1229 PM CDT Tue Apr 23 2024

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SHORT TERM
(Today through Wednesday Night)
Issued at 257 AM CDT Tue Apr 23 2024

Temperatures remain cool across the state this morning but are 15-20 degrees warmer compared to this time yesterday. Sfc ridging has begun to shift east of the area this morning and will continue to make progress throughout the day. S-SW winds will increase ahead of an approaching system.

Clouds will increase and a cold front will approach from the NW later today. As the front moves into the state, limited moisture and instability will help to prevent widespread precip development and much thunder. But, isolated to scattered showers and perhaps an isolated thunderstorm will be possible across northern parts of the state from this afternoon through tonight.

As the front sinks south, rain chances will also shift southward toward central parts of the state. Nrly winds will be noted across the northern half of the state behind the front, but there won't be much cold air in place. Rain chances remain limited with little in the way of widespread QPF in the forecast.

The front will linger across the middle of the state through the end of the period. As additional pieces of shortwave energy traverse the mid-level NW flow, some additional showers and thunderstorms will likely move across the area. Highs on Wednesday are expected to be a few degrees cooler across much of the state compared to today.

LONG TERM
(Thursday through Monday)
Issued at 257 AM CDT Tue Apr 23 2024

Model solutions this mrng cont to show that an unsettled wx pattern is in store for the Natural State thru the period. The upper flow pattern wl transition to the SW later in the week as a large scale upper trof bcms established ovr the western states.

This wl allow a series of upper lvl impulses to traverse the Mid- South, resulting in several rounds of convection. There wl be the potential for some strong or severe storms, as well as a threat for heavy rainfall and localized flash flooding.

A quasi-stationary fntl bndry is progged to be aligned acrs SW AR early on Thu. The bndry wl eventually lift northward of the state by early Fri, in response to a deepening low pres system moving newd acrs the central Plains. Good chcs for showers/few storms wl cont mainly along and north of the fnt Thu and Thu ngt. By Fri, the entire area wl be back in an unseasonably warm and humid airmass.

With a swly steering flow in place heading into the weekend, a series of SWT's wl move acrs the region and produce additional rounds of convection. Model trends cont to focus on the nw half of the state for the potential of any strong/severe storms, along with the axis of highest QPF values. Cumulative amounts wl be monitored for the potential of flash flooding concerns.

It does appear that the upper trof and assocd CDFNT to our west wl begin to make some eastward progress late in the weekend and early next week. Wl cont to monitor later model data and see of these trends rmn consistent.

AVIATION
(18Z TAFS)
Issued at 1226 PM CDT Tue Apr 23 2024

VFR conditions are expected through much of the period with winds out of the south/southwest. Winds could be gusty at times. A weak front will approach northern portions of the state tonight into early tomorrow morning. This will cause winds to go northerly across much of the state by tomorrow morning. Some light rain chances will be possible but widespread precip is not expected.

PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS
Batesville AR 76 57 73 55 / 10 30 20 50 Camden AR 76 59 76 60 / 0 10 30 20 Harrison AR 77 49 71 53 / 40 30 20 70 Hot Springs AR 76 59 74 59 / 0 20 40 40 Little Rock AR 77 62 75 59 / 0 20 30 40 Monticello AR 76 59 76 61 / 0 10 30 20 Mount Ida AR 76 58 74 59 / 0 20 50 50 Mountain Home AR 77 50 73 52 / 30 30 10 60 Newport AR 76 59 75 56 / 0 20 10 40 Pine Bluff AR 76 59 75 60 / 0 10 30 30 Russellville AR 78 57 74 56 / 10 30 30 50 Searcy AR 76 57 73 55 / 0 20 20 50 Stuttgart AR 75 60 75 59 / 0 10 30 40

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KBPK BAXTER COUNTY,AR 5 sm53 minWSW 11G2010 smClear72°F46°F41%29.97
KFLP MARION COUNTY RGNL,AR 12 sm50 minSW 09G1610 smClear73°F48°F41%29.98
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