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Hot Springs, Arkansas is a city in Garland County. It has a population roughly around 40,000 living in an approximate area of 33 square miles. Historically, the annual fatal accident count in Hot Springs is higher than throughout the rest of the state. The city can be accessed by automobile using US Highway 70 (Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Expressway), State Route 7, SR-128, and US-270 (Malvern Road). Public transportation is provided by Intercity Transit (IT).

Hot Springs's climate is classified as humid subtropical heavily influenced by the Gulf of Mexico. Winters are short and mild which give way to warm springs and long, hot and steamy summers. Rainfall is evenly distributed throughout the year; winter months tend to be the wettest while autumn is the driest. The area can sometimes experience strong violent storms with tornadoes along with the effects of the occasional remnants of hurricanes which blow in from the Gulf.