- Associated Press - Saturday, February 25, 2017

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - After several days of mild weather, much of Arkansas is under a weekend freeze advisory and forecasters say possibly severe storms could hit the state by early next week.

The National Weather Service says freezing temperatures are likely Saturday evening for much of the state as high pressure settles into the region.

Forecasters say the freezing temperatures will last several hours, especially in northern and central Arkansas. The weather service says plants that have begun to bloom in the unseasonably warm weather could be killed if they aren’t protected.

Another cold front moves through Arkansas late Tuesday, brining thunderstorms that could become severe.

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