Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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AWUS84 KLZK 080315

915 PM CST WED DEC 7 2016

Another cold and cloudy day was seen across the Natural State this
Wednesday...with most areas remaining dry initially. Highs were only
in the mid 30s across the the upper 30s to upper 40s
elsewhere. Late this evening...some patchy areas of drizzle and
light rain were observed across central and southern sections of the
state. Portions of central and northern Arkansas were seeing some
light sleet and light snow as well. Temperatures had dropped down
into the upper 20 to low 30s across the north and the
mid 30s to mid 40s further south.

Expect some continued chances for light rain and drizzle across
southern sections of the state this evening...then some light snow
and or sleet across central sections of the state. This frozen
precip may also be seen across southern sections of the state
shortly after midnight. All precipitation will be light...with
little to no accumulation. Lows by Thursday morning will drop down
into the low 20s across the the upper 20s to mid 30s
across central and southern Arkansas.

On Thursday and Friday...the cold arctic air will be the main story
as well below normal temperatures are expected behind the
aforementioned cold front. This will likely result in the coldest
air so far this season. Highs will be in the 30s and 40s both days.
Lows on Thursday will be in the upper teens to upper 30s and lows on
Friday will be in the lower teens to lower 20s. Temperatures should
start to rebound this coming weekend...along with precipitation
chances increasing.

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