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Lat: 35.39N, Lon: 94.4W
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Fort Smith Weather Warning NWS WEATHER ALERT FOR THE FORT SMITH, AR AREA - Issued: 456 PM CDT Wed Oct 20 2021 Fort Smith Weather Warning  

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Overcast
Overcast
75°F
Updated: 10/20 6:14 pm
Feels Like:
77°F
Humidity: 69%
Wind:
W 7 mph
Barometer:
30.06 in
Visibility:
10 mi
Overcast
Overcast
24°C
Updated: 10/20 6:14 pm
Feels Like:
25°C
Humidity: 69%
Wind:
W 11 km/h
Barometer:
1018 mb
Visibility:
16 km

Sun & Moon

Cloud Cover: 100%
UV Index: 4
Sunrise: 07:29 AM
Sunset: 06:35 PM
Moonrise: 06:54 PM
Moonset: 07:22 AM
Civil Twilight
7:00 AM to 7:26 AM CDT
6:35 PM to 7:01 PM CDT
Full Moon
Full Moon
Update is local observation time. What time is it in Fort Smith? 6:14 PM Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Fort Smith, AR Weather Forecast

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Fort Smith 14 Day Weather Outlook

Note: Our 7 day Fort Smith weather forecast is our most reliable forecast. This model should only be used as a probable scenario. Forecasting more than 7 days ahead is challenging.
Wed
Oct 20

Patchy rain possible, 0009 light rain showers
Patchy rain possible, high 77°F25°C, low 53°F,12°C, chance of precipitation 74%, wind S 7 mph,S 11 km/h, barometric pressure 30.06 in,1018 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 80%.
Thu
Oct 21

Patchy rain possible, 0009 light rain showers
Patchy rain possible, high 78°F25°C, low 51°F,10°C, chance of precipitation 88%, wind WSW 7 mph,WSW 11 km/h, barometric pressure 30.12 in,1020 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 62%.
Fri
Oct 22

Sunny, 0001 sunny
Sunny, high 81°F27°C, low 51°F,11°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind ESE 5 mph,ESE 8 km/h, barometric pressure 30.03 in,1017 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 59%.
Sat
Oct 23

Patchy rain possible, 0009 light rain showers
Patchy rain possible, high 84°F29°C, low 57°F,14°C, chance of precipitation 86%, wind SE 8 mph,SE 12 km/h, barometric pressure 29.88 in,1012 mb, visibility 6 mi9 km, humidity 77%.
Sun
Oct 24

Cloudy, 0003 white cloud
Cloudy, high 79°F26°C, low 65°F,19°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind SSE 10 mph,SSE 16 km/h, barometric pressure 29.8 in,1009 mb, visibility 6 mi9 km, humidity 80%.
Mon
Oct 25

Mist, 0006 mist
Mist, high 86°F30°C, low 67°F,20°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind SSE 7 mph,SSE 12 km/h, barometric pressure 29.88 in,1012 mb, visibility 5 mi8 km, humidity 84%.
Tue
Oct 26

Mist, 0006 mist
Mist, high 87°F31°C, low 66°F,19°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind SSE 8 mph,SSE 13 km/h, barometric pressure 29.91 in,1013 mb, visibility 6 mi9 km, humidity 74%.
Wed
Oct 27

Heavy rain, 0018 cloudy with heavy rain
Heavy rain, high 76°F25°C, low 67°F,20°C, chance of precipitation 79%, wind SE 11 mph,SE 17 km/h, barometric pressure 29.68 in,1005 mb, visibility 4 mi7 km, humidity 92%.
Thu
Oct 28

Moderate rain, 0018 cloudy with heavy rain
Moderate rain, high 68°F20°C, low 60°F,16°C, chance of precipitation 79%, wind SE 8 mph,SE 13 km/h, barometric pressure 29.71 in,1006 mb, visibility 4 mi6 km, humidity 94%.
Fri
Oct 29

Sunny, 0001 sunny
Sunny, high 69°F21°C, low 48°F,9°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind NNW 11 mph,NNW 18 km/h, barometric pressure 30.03 in,1017 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 64%.
Sat
Oct 30

Sunny, 0001 sunny
Sunny, high 66°F19°C, low 43°F,6°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind SW 4 mph,SW 6 km/h, barometric pressure 30.15 in,1021 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 59%.
Sun
Oct 31

Sunny, 0001 sunny
Sunny, high 69°F21°C, low 44°F,7°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind S 5 mph,S 9 km/h, barometric pressure 30.09 in,1019 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 62%.
Mon
Nov 1

Sunny, 0001 sunny
Sunny, high 70°F21°C, low 48°F,9°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind SSE 3 mph,SSE 5 km/h, barometric pressure 30.18 in,1022 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 71%.
Tue
Nov 2

Sunny, 0001 sunny
Sunny, high 78°F25°C, low 50°F,10°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind S 6 mph,S 10 km/h, barometric pressure 30.03 in,1017 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 73%.
Short Range Forecast Discussion NWS Weather Prediction Center College Park MD 400 PM EDT Wed Oct 20 2021 Valid Thu Oct 21 2021 - Sat Oct 23 2021 ...Back to back Pacific storms to bring heavy rain and mountain snow to Northern California and the Pacific Northwest... ...Severe thunderstorms possible in association with a mature low pressure system bringing rain to the Midwest, Eastern Seaboard, and parts of the Southern Plains through Friday... ...Moderately warm temperatures expected in the East, cooler over the Norther Plains and along the West Coast... A series of Pacific storms will move onshore over northern California and the Pacific Northwest during the latter half of the work week, bringing some much needed rain to the regions. The first, which had already pushed itself ashore earlier today, will predominantly generate modest rainfall throughout northern California and to the west of the Oregon and Washington Cascades. Any snowfall will be isolated to higher elevations, particularly above 5000 ft in the Cascades and above 8000 ft in the northern Sierra Nevada. Precipitation will quickly diminish overnight as the system rapidly decays, providing a brief reprieve before the approach of the second storm on Thursday morning. Carrying within it an abundance of moisture in the form of a moderately strong Atmospheric River, this second system will deliver a considerably greater amount of rain to the area, particularly in northern California. While a welcome sight in light of the ongoing drought, periods of heavy rainfall could be cause for concern, especially in the mountainous areas of northern California riddled with burn scars. Given the potential for rapid runoff and debris flows in these sensitive areas, the Weather Prediction Center has issued a Slight Risk of Excessive Rainfall for portions of northern California effective Thursday morning through Friday morning. In addition to the rain some isolated heavy snowfall will be possible over portions of the Cascades, Olympics, and northern Sierra Nevada, with Mt. Shasta possibly receiving nearly 2 ft of snow. Further east, a deepening low pressure system is moving through the Upper Midwest, with its trailing cold front passing through the Middle Mississippi Valley and the Southern Plains. Showers and thunderstorms will remain primarily focused around the low pressure center and its associated cold front as they progress east, lift north into Canada Thursday evening, and move offshore late Friday. Rainfall rates and totals are expected to be relatively moderate with this system, however, the risk for the development of severe thunderstorms will persist through Friday morning. The areas at greatest risk for severe weather overnight include southern Minnesota and northern Iowa, where a Marginal Risk has been issued due to the possible formation of large hail. On Thursday the severe weather potential will move east with the progression of the storm system into the Ohio/Tennessee Valleys and Central/Southern Appalachians, where a Marginal Risk has been issued to account for the possible development of isolated strong to damaging wind gusts. Another Marginal Risk area has also been put in place over west Texas, where any storms that form may pose a hail and strong/gusty wind threat. Temperatures will generally remain near or moderately above normal throughout the country during the short range period. Exceptions to this trend include regions that fall immediately behind the progressing low pressure system and the West Coast. The former will experience marginal to modest temperature drops as cool Canadian air is ushered in behind the deepening low. The most extreme anomalies are expected in the Northern Plains, where daily highs are forecast to drop into the 40s, falling 20 degrees below normal. As for the West Coast, persistent cloud cover from the series of systems moving onshore will generally keep the region 10 to 15 degrees cooler than average for this time of year. Zavadoff Graphics are available at https://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/basicwx/basicwx_ndfd.php
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