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July Fourth forecast

High pressure continues to build into the state allowing temperatures to soar into the mid and upper 90's for the next few days. Rain chances remain less than 20 percent.

Monday: Mostly Sunny & Humid, High 98.

Monday Night: Very Warm and Muggy. Temps in the 80's. There will be a 30 percent chance of rain.

July Fourth forecast

High pressure continues to build into the state allowing temperatures to soar into the mid and upper 90's for the next few days. Rain chances remain less than 20 percent.

Monday: Mostly Sunny & Humid, High 98.

Monday Night: Very Warm and Muggy. Temps in the 80's. There will be a 30 percent chance of rain.

Tuesday forecast 6/28

Temps will not be as hot on Tuesday as a cool front sags into the state creating better T'Storm chances. Some storms could be severe with damaging winds the main threat. Regardless, the rain is needed.

Tuesday:Mostly Cloudy, 50% T'Storms, High 94 

Tuesday forecast 6/28

Temps will not be as hot on Tuesday as a cool front sags into the state creating better T'Storm chances. Some storms could be severe with damaging winds the main threat. Regardless, the rain is needed.

Tuesday:Mostly Cloudy, 50% T'Storms, High 94 

Monday forecast 6/27

Hot and humid conditions will continue this week with very small rain chances over the next several days. A cool front will sag into Arkansas providing a chance of rain Tuesday and Wednesday, however, not all locations will see showers. More rain is possible just in time for the 4th of July Holiday Weekend.

Monday: Partly cloudy, hot and humid. High 95. Wind SW 10-15. An isolated shower possible north.

Monday forecast 6/27

Hot and humid conditions will continue this week with very small rain chances over the next several days. A cool front will sag into Arkansas providing a chance of rain Tuesday and Wednesday, however, not all locations will see showers. More rain is possible just in time for the 4th of July Holiday Weekend.

Monday: Partly cloudy, hot and humid. High 95. Wind SW 10-15. An isolated shower possible north.

Today's THV at 6:30 p.m.: Cooling center & fan drive

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - The Salvation Army has already been collecting and distributing fans as part of its Beat the Heat Fan Drive

Now, it is opening a cooling center at it's 1111 W. Markham location from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. on afternoons when the heat index reaches 100 degrees or higher.

Friday on Today's THV at 6:30 p.m., THV's Dawn Scott interviews Major Jim Taylor about The Salvation Army's efforts.

PRESS RELEASE

Media Contact:
Kathy Barbeire
Marketing Public Relations
The Salvation Army Central Arkansas Area Command
1111 West Markham
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
501-374-9296 Ext. 110
Kathy_barbeire@uss.salvationarmy.org

Cooling Center Opens / Fan Drive Continues