Cold front moved through the state and drier, cooler air is swiftly moving in. This air mass will remain in place for the period basically ending the heat that has been seen. We add rain chances across the north on Friday as a disturbance moves through the Midwest region. By Saturday night, another cold front will be approaching the region. Moisture return along the front will be limited but enough to bring showers back into the forecast.
Temps are the best part of the period with 60s for highs and 40s for lows for the most part. It will be warmest on Saturday ahead of the front.
The remanant low of Sergio combined with a cold front will give us a round of showers on Sunday. Any thunderstorm activity will be confined to Louisiana with the low moving through southern Arkansas. Rain won't be heavy but we could see widespread coverage on Sunday. Rainfall will clear out behind the front with a very strong surface high setting up shop. This will help to dip temps into the 50s for highs and 30s and 40s for lows. Parts of Northern Arkansas could see their first frost of the season Monday night. Another cold front will approach the region mid-week. Moisture return looks limited but a few isolated showers are possible. This front will reinforce the cool air across the state.