Wanut Ridge: 68
Little Rock: 75
Mountain Home: 73
West Memphis: 67
The above image shows the winds streams and speeds. Notice the winds coming straight from the Gulf of Mexico, transporting warm and moist air into the region to feed the storms tomorrow night and Tuesday.
It sure was windy today, but it felt good. We opened the windows at my house and let the fresh January air inside! The strong southerly winds are bringing the dewpoints up, which will also need to be watched tomorrow. The above image shows the dewpoints, and the red area is the deeper moisture. As that area migrates northward, our air will become more unstable prior to the cold front on Tuesday morning.
My thinking has not changed much since the video update from yesterday. I still think we will see some strong thunderstorms and maybe a few warnings, but a widespread severe weather outbreak still does not look "likely".
With that said, let me flip-flop like a politician. The air is a little warmer and little "juicier" than I previously thought. If temperatures and dewpoints rise much more tomorrow, we may have a bigger problem on our hands. Just stay tuned.