LITTLE ROCK A cold front will move through the state Wednesday and Thursday, ushering in scattered thunderstorms.
John Robinson, warning meteorologist with the National Weather Service in North Little Rock, said storms are most likely Wednesday afternoon but will remain possible overnight through Thursday morning.
Some isolated severe storms are possible, though a large outbreak is not expected. Damaging winds and large hail would be the primary threats with any severe storms.
"You should not expect that we will have a very active day such as they had in the Dallas-Fort Worth area yesterday," Robinson said. "To put it another way, the weather that affected the DFW area yesterday will not scoot over to the east and be over Arkansas today."