Regional Weather Summary
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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
535 AM CDT TUE MAY 5 2015

SURFACE HIGH PRESSURE WILL START TO LOSE INFLUENCE OVER THE WEATHER
ACROSS ARKANSAS TODAY AND TOMORROW AS A SYSTEM BEGINS TO APPROACH
FROM THE WEST. WHILE DRY CONDITIONS HAVE BEEN THE NORM THE LAST
SEVERAL DAYS...CHANCES FOR RAIN WILL GRADUALLY INCREASE THROUGH THE
END OF THE WEEK.

MUCH OF THE STATE WAS DRY OVERNIGHT WITH MOSTLY CLEAR TO PARTLY
CLOUDY SKIES AND TEMPERATURES IN THE 60S. HOWEVER CLOUDS INCREASED
THROUGH THE NIGHT AND A FEW ISOLATED SHOWERS DID POP UP OVER CENTRAL
AND NORTHERN AREAS EARLY THIS MORNING. MORE SCATTERED SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED IN WESTERN ARKANSAS THIS AFTERNOON...AND
AGAIN ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY AFTERNOONS. RAIN CHANCES WILL BE
MORE WIDESPREAD FRIDAY AND HEADING INTO THE WEEKEND AS THE UPPER
SYSTEM APPROACHES ARKANSAS.

ABOVE NORMAL READINGS ARE EXPECTED THROUGH THE WEEK...WITH HIGHS
RANGING FROM NEAR 80 IN THE WEST AND NORTHWEST...TO THE LOWER AND
MIDDLE 80S IN THE SOUTH AND EAST. LOWS WILL BE MAINLY IN THE 60S.

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