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Weather forecast The future of supply chains: a clean road ahead


The future of supply chainsFreightWaves ’first personal event since November 2019, next week to capture Northwest Arkansas.

More than 1,600 registered guests and dozens of amazing speakers will be crowded at the Rogers Convention Center on Monday and Tuesday.

Strong storms hit this part of the country twice this weekflooding of streets and bursting of trees and power lines in nearby cities of Fayetteville and Bentonville, Arkansas.

FreightWaves Senior Beacon Kaylee Knicks described the weather in Rogers on Friday morning simply as “brutal”. It was foggy, with temperatures around 50 degrees, but it was better than dangerous storms.

So, will the cool and damp weather continue next week? Will Mother Nature release fierce winds or even a tornado? What should everyone pack?

The good news is that the latest forecast for Northwest Arkansas looks great, and everyone can leave their umbrellas at home. The high pressure will spread throughout the region, which will allow for good skies and preferably out of season warm temperatures. So even though the event will be held in an air-conditioned room, don’t pack anything too heavy.

Also every day and evening since Sunday there will be wind, gusts reaching 25-30 miles per hour. Here’s a daily forecast for Rogers, including days off on weekends.


Day: sunny, up to 70s.

At night: Mostly clear, at least until the 50s.


Day: Sunny with a maximum until the mid 80’s.

At night: Clear, temperature around 70 degrees.

Monday (Future of Supply Chains, Day 1)

Day: sunny, up to 80s.

At night: mostly clear, at least until the 70s.

Tuesday (Future of Supply Chains, Day 2)

Day: sunny, up to 80s.

At night: mostly clear, at least until the 60s.

Wednesday (for those who do not leave on Tuesday night)

Mostly sunny with a maximum of the 80’s.

Look for forecast updates on FreightWaves website and social media accounts.

Click here to get more of Nick Austin’s articles on FreightWaves.

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