Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
925 PM CDT TUE JUN 30 2015

IT WAS PARTLY CLOUDY ON TUESDAY...WITH ISOLATED SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS IN SOUTHERN ARKANSAS TOWARD THE LOUISIANA BORDER.
HIGH TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE MID 80S TO MID 90S...AND RANGED FROM
85 DEGREES AT HARRISON TO 95 DEGREES AT FORT SMITH.

ON THE TUESDAY EVENING WEATHER MAP...A RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE WAS
OVER THE WESTERN UNITED STATES. CLOCKWISE FLOW AROUND THE HIGH WAS
CREATING A NORTHWEST WIND FLOW ALOFT. THIS WILL ALLOW WEAK
DISTURBANCES AND FRONTS TO WOBBLE INTO THE REGION FROM THE
PLAINS...AND WILL MAKE THE WEATHER PATTERN UNSETTLED.

ONE SUCH DISTURBANCE WILL TRACK OVER SOUTHEAST MISSOURI LATER
TONIGHT...AND INTO NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND WESTERN TENNESSEE
ON WEDNESDAY. THE DISTURBANCE WILL TRIGGER HIT AND MISS
THUNDERSTORMS...ESPECIALLY IN AREAS NORTH AND EAST OF LITTLE ROCK.

AS FAR AS TEMPERATURES...LOWS TONIGHT WILL BE IN THE UPPER 60S TO
MID 70S. HIGHS ON WEDNESDAY WILL BE IN THE MID 80S TO MID 90S.

ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY...BETTER CHANCES FOR RAIN WILL EXIST IN
NORTHERN AND CENTRAL ARKANSAS AS A COLD FRONT DRIFTS INTO THE AREA
FROM THE NORTH.

IT WILL REMAIN UNSETTLED THIS WEEKEND. TEMPERATURES WILL BE
CLOSE TO SEASONAL LEVELS OR EVEN A BIT COOLER DEPENDING ON CLOUD
COVER AND RAINFALL.

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