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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
1130 PM CDT Mon Mar 27 2017

Across Arkansas on Monday, showers and thunderstorms cleared eastern
Arkansas late in the afternoon, leaving clear skies across much of
the state through the evening hours as a cold front moved south
through the state. The exception was north and northwestern parts of
the state where some low clouds persisted. Through the night, expect
to see clouds return in earnest as high pressure builds in from the
north. Temperatures will fall into the mid to upper 40s in the
northwest but only into the upper 50s in the far southeast.

For Tuesday, a cloudy start will be in store for most areas but
those should break up a bit as the day wears on, and expect to see
some sun here and there by the afternoon. Highs will range from near
70 up north to near 80 in the south.

Looking ahead, an active weather pattern will continue. A
significant weather system will bring another threat of severe
weather to the natural state Wednesday into Thursday, with the
threat of tornadoes, large hail, and damaging winds all being a
possibility. A dry period will then follow for Friday into the
weekend before another round of storms affects the state sometime
between late Sunday evening and Monday. Temperatures will remain
near their seasonal values, with highs in the 60s to 70s, and lows
in the 40s to mid 50s.

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