Forecast
Going Somewhere?
If you have travel plans, you might want to check the weather forecast for your destination...or points along the way.
 
Hitting the Road
 

The National Weather Service has a window (found on its local office homepages) where you can get a forecast by plugging in a "City, St" or zip code and clicking "Go". This will get you a quick 7 day outlook with current conditions, radar and satellite pictures. 

Forecasts can be obtained by entering a "City, St" or zip code.
In the picture: Forecasts can be obtained by entering a "City, St" or zip code. 

 

Need something more informative or a little more precise? There are special hourly forecasts displayed as meteograms (graphical) and in tabular (digital) form as well.

 

There will be two storm systems ("L") to contend with across the central and eastern United States on 11/26/2014.
In the picture: There will be two storm systems ("L") to contend with across the central and eastern United States on 11/26/2014.
 

Leading up to Thanksgiving, several inches of snow are in the forecast on November 24th from eastern Iowa into northern Illinois, southern Wisconsin and northern Michigan. After that, a quick moving storm system will drag a cold front into Arkansas on the 26th. The front will be followed by cooler than normal temperatures initially, with mild and mostly dry weather to close out the month. North of the system, some light snow is expected from the upper Midwest into the mid-Mississippi and Ohio Valleys on the 26th/27th. During the same time frame, a much bigger system will track along the east Coast. The system is expected to produce a swath of heavy snow from the central Appalachians all the way to New England.

 

Pick Your Forecast
 
7 Day Outlook (the "City, St" or zip code method)
 
 
7 Day Outlook and Hourly Forecast for Cities in Arkansas
Note:  For 7 Day Outlook, click Regular/Printable Forecast buttons. For Hourly Forecast, click Meteogram/Tabular buttons.

 
7 Day Outlook and Hourly Forecast for U.S. Cities
Note:  For 7 Day Outlook, click Regular/Printable Forecast buttons. For Hourly Forecast, click Meteogram/Tabular buttons.

  

Links of Interest

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