North Little Rock Arkansas Weather
Dawn Scott is the anchor of THV11 in Little Rock, Arkansas, and we're gearing up for the weekend with five activities this weekend in Arkansas. After several years in the Carolinas, Sarah Fortner, who spent four early years as a weather anchor at CBS affiliate in Charlotte, North Carolina, has returned to LittleRock, a CBS affiliate, after several months as an anchor. Sarah understands the weather in central Arkansas and has a deep understanding of what matters to viewers here.
If you're trying to plan the perfect trip to Little Rock this year, knowing what to expect from the weather month - to - month - will help you know what to pack and do in the city when you arrive. Please bring your raincoat and umbrella and pack a variety of layers for the cold, wet weather, especially during the tornado season. If you are travelling to the LittleRock region during tornado season, you can subscribe to local weather warnings on your mobile phone.
To describe how pleasant the weather in North Little Rock will be this year, we have calculated two travel values. Based on this value, the best time of year to visit North Little Rock for general outdoor activities is from early June to mid-September, based on our tourism score. The best times of the year for warm weather activities to visit NorthLittle Rock are, according to our travel record, the months of early July to early August and late August to late September; the worst times to visit in the winter months of January to March are, according to our assessment, the end of April to June and early May to late June; and the most unpleasant months for visiting in spring and summer are the months of early September to July, early October and mid-September, based on our tourist rating (early to mid-September).
The growing season in North Little Rock lasts 8.1 months (249 days), but rarely begins before February 21 (April 3) and ends between October 28 and December 5. Due to the increasing number of days of gradient alone, the best time of the year for warm weather activities to visit NorthLittle Rock for general outdoor activities seems to be from early June to mid-September, beginning on June 13 and ending on November 8, and the worst time of the year during the winter months of January to March lasts 4.9 months and ends on November 9. Night temperatures are still falling toward the end of September, but from early November through November, Little Rock generally enjoys cool evenings.
Meteorologists say the dew point will be 36 degrees on Saturday, with a peak of 44 degrees. On Sunday it will be mid-40 (5 degrees B) with strong winds and a low of 34 degrees (6 degrees E). The dew point is 40 degrees Celsius (-5 degrees Celsius) and will be 40 degrees above normal in North Little Rock.
On Saturday the dew point will be 33 ° C (3 ° C) with strong winds and low temperatures of 34 ° C (6 ° East). On Sunday it will be 44 degrees F (8 degrees C) and the dew point will also be 40 degrees F (5 degrees E).
For the purposes of this report, the geographic coordinates of North Little Rock are located 2 km northeast of downtown. To get an overview and comparison, compare with other cities and towns in northern Arkansas, such as Fort Smith, Fort Collins and Fort Worth.
The average temperature for North Little Rock in the week of March 31, 2016, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Summer is hot and humid in North Little Rock, winter is short, very cold and wet, and it is considered subtropical. The Mountain Home area is provided by Weather Underground and is slightly cloudy all year round - with a high temperature in the mid-90s and a low of about 60 degrees.
The wind blowing anywhere is the average wind speed and direction for North Little Rock per hour. Intermittent wind speeds and directions vary more than the hourly average, but we experience slight seasonal fluctuations throughout the year. Clouds cover the sky and have only slight differences in altitude, and wind direction and speed vary from day to day and week to week.
Compared to the rest of the United States, the leaves in Little Rock have already begun to change color, so plan to look at the foliage to reach the height of this season. August is usually the driest and hottest month in Little Rock, and the period between July and September is the driest of the year. Considering that Arkansas is located in Tornado Alley, an area within the United States with an above-average number of tornadoes, Arkansas receives more than twice as many tornadoes a year as any other state. Tornadoes are also a major issue during the tornado season in the central United States, which runs from March to May each year, but the August-October periods in North Arkansas last longer than in most other states.