Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
552 PM CDT MON APR 27 2015

AN UPPER LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM BROUGHT SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS TO
PORTIONS OF ARKANSAS EARLY THIS MORNING. SKIES WERE CLOUDY THIS
MORNING...THEN BECAME PARTLY TO MOSTLY SUNNY BY MID DAY. HIGH
TEMPERATURES THIS AFTERNOON RANGED FROM THE LOW 60S TO LOW 70S.
WINDS WERE NORTHEAST AT 10 TO 20 MPH...WITH SOME HIGHER GUSTS.

THIS EVENING AND ESPECIALLY OVERNIGHT...A STORM SYSTEM WILL APPROACH
FROM THE SOUTHERN PLAINS...AND INCREASE RAIN CHANCES OVER THE
NATURAL STATE. THE BEST CHANCE OF RAIN WILL BE OVER CENTRAL AND
SOUTHERN ARKANSAS...WHILE A LESSER CHANCE OVER THE NORTH. SOME
LOCATIONS IN THE SOUTH WILL HAVE THE BEST CHANCE OF HEAVY RAIN. LOWS
TONIGHT WILL BE FROM THE UPPER 40S TO LOWER 50S.

A GOOD CHANCE OF RAIN WILL CONTINUE ON TUESDAY. TEMPERATURES ON
TUESDAY WILL STILL BE COOL...WITH HIGHS IN THE UPPER 50S TO LOWER
60S. THE RAIN CHANCE WILL THEN DECREASE TUESDAY NIGHT AS THE SLOW
MOVING UPPER LOW MOVES EAST. DRY WEATHER WILL THEN SET IN OVER THE
REGION AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS IN FROM THE NORTH. TEMPERATURES WILL
STILL BE A BIT COOLER THAN NORMAL ON WEDNESDAY...THEN A GRADUAL
WARMING TREND WILL TAKE SHAPE FOR THE END OF THE WEEK.

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