Get ready for a very cold weekend this weekend where the days will be chilly and the nights will be freezing, seriously... as in freezing and below-freezing temperatures.    

The forecast for the cold weather this weekend November, 11 through November, 13 across Arkansas looks like this...

Northern Portions of Arkansas: Fayetteville, Mountain View, Jonesboro


The cold front will be coming into the Northern portions of the state from Fayetteville, Mountain View to Jonesboro tonight. With cooler temperatures on Friday and downright cold Saturday and Sunday. With Highs in the upper 40s and overnight lows in the low to mid-20s.

 Mid Portions of Arkansas: Fort Smith, Mena, Little Rock, Forrest City

Legs view of happy family wearing warm socks in front of fireplace - Winter, love and cozy concept - Focus on center grey woolen socks

The mid-sections of the state will see cooler temperatures on Friday with highs in the low to mid-50s. The big difference in temperatures will be seen starting Friday night into Saturday and the rest of the weekend. Highs will be in the upper 40s to low 50s by Saturday and overnight lows down to the mid to upper 20s.

Southern Portions of Arkansas: De Queen, Texarkana, Eldorado, McGehee


Cooler temperatures will start moving into the area Friday with highs in the low to mid-60s. Weekend highs will be in the low 50s and overnight lows in the upper 20s to low 30s.

Dogs and cats snuggle together

Please remember to check your pets and bring them inside if you can or at least make sure they have a warm place to stay, bring in plants or cover them and make sure your pipes outside are insulated during the freezing temperatures. Next week's forecast is showing these coolers temperatures will be around for a while. So get the flannel shirts and boots out cause it's going to be cold!

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