Hot Springs Village Area Climate

Hot Springs Village, Arkansas is considered a subtropical climate with warm, humid summers and short, cool winters.

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Current Weather in Hot Springs Village

What To Know About Arkansas Weather

Hot Springs Village, Arkansas enjoys the same climate distinctions as the rest of the southeastern United States: Humid Subtropical. This classification of climate has relatively mild winters and hot, steamy summers. The southeastern portion of the The Natural State is generally flatter, wetter and warmer than its northwestern half. On the dividing line, Little Rock, collects about 50 inches of precipitation per year, and areas in the southeast and northwest average approximately 5 inches more and 5 inches less per year, respectively. Opposing air masses alternating in dominating the state’s weather. Warmer, and humid air moves in northward from the Gulf of Mexico to meet with colder, drier air masses making their way down from the Great Plains and Canada.

Summer In Arkansas

Arkansas can become suprisingly humid in summertime, as tropical air funnels in from the Gulf of Mexico. The statewide average high temperature in the hottest months of the year, July and August, hovers in the low 90s, and highs can periodically reach into the low triple digits. With water contained in the summer air, overnight lows generally drop into the low 70s. To those who aren’t local, the higher humidity often makes it feel even warmer than what the thermometer may read. Fortunately, cold fronts pass through from time to time, providing scattered showers and a brief respite from the heat.

Winter In Arkansas

January and February are the height of winter in Hot Springs Village with daytime highs averaging in the low 50s, with overnight lows in the low-to-mid 30s. Strong cold fronts from Canada can periodically bring with them significantly colders temperatures, as well as snow, sleet or ice. The highest snowfall totals occur in January when the state averages a meager 2 to 3 inches of frozen precipitation. Snow generally falls in small amounts throughout the winter in amounts that doesn’t generally affect travel. Little Rock sees about 5 inches in a season. The last of the snows and freezing precipitation of the winter typically conclude by March.

Spring & Fall In Arkansas

Spring and autumn temperatures in Hot Springs Village, Arkansas tend to be very comfortable. This is where Arknsas is enjoyed at it’s height. Average highs in April and May are in the 70s, with overnight lows in the 50s. In autumn, high temperatures average in the 80s in September, 70s in October and 60s in November, with great variability depending on the engagement of cold fronts sweeping in from the north. Autumn in Arkansas provides beautiful fall foliage and Spring enables easy enjoyment of everything that blooms. April is the rainiest month in Arkansas, with precipitation averaging more than 5 inches.