LITTLE ROCK Little Rock experienced it's second record-high temperature in four days on Thursday afternoon, reaching 107 degrees.
The high, recorded at Adams Field at 3:24 p.m. is a new city record for the month of June, said Joe Goudsward, Senior Forecaster for the National Weather Service in Little Rock.
The hot temperatures come three days days after Little Rock set a new high for June 25 at 104 degrees.
Goudsward said that people can also possibly expect to see some record heat through the weekend as well, with highs continuing to stay in the 100-plus-degree range.
A majority of the state also experienced over 100-degree heat today, Goudsward said.