Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
525 AM CDT THU SEP 3 2015

SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON ACROSS CENTRAL
AND SOUTHERN ARKANSAS. THESE STORMS BROUGHT HEAVY RAINFALL TO SOME
LOCATIONS...WHILE MUCH OF THE STATE REMAINED DRY. IN AREAS THAT
RECEIVED RAINFALL...PATCHY FOG WAS DEVELOPING...REDUCING
VISIBILITIES THIS MORNING.

AFTER THE PATCHY FOG DISSIPATES AFTER SUNRISE...MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES
ARE EXPECTED TODAY. WITH THE ABUNDANT SUNSHINE...HIGHS WILL CLIMB
INTO THE LOWER TO MID 90S.

AN UPPER LEVEL HIGH PRESSURE WILL MOVE OVER THE REGION FOR THE
WEEKEND...KEEPING THE HOT AND HUMID CONDITIONS ACROSS THE STATE.
WHILE ISOLATED POP UP THUNDERSTORMS MAY BE POSSIBLE DURING THE
AFTERNOON HOURS...MOST AREAS WILL REMAIN DRY. HIGHS WILL BE IN THE
LOWER TO MID 90S...WITH OVERNIGHT LOWS IN THE UPPER 60S TO THE MID
70S.

THE HIGH PRESSURE WILL BEGIN TO WEAKEN EARLY NEXT WEEK...WITH A COLD
FRONT APPROACHING THE STATE FROM THE NORTHWEST. THIS WILL BRING THE
NEXT SIGNIFICANT CHANCES OF RAINFALL TO THE REGION.

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