Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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AWUS84 KLZK 231600

1125 AM CDT SAT Sep 23 2017

The calender may say fall but a summer pattern continues to linger
on, at least for a few more days. Clear skies prevailed overnight
but temperatures remained on the mild side with overnight lows only
dropping into the mid 60s to lower 70s.

At the 11 am hour, skies were clear across the state but some
cumulus clouds are expected to develop later this afternoon as
temperatures continue to warm. Speaking of which, readings have
already warmed well into the 80s across the state thanks to all that
sunshine and southerly winds. Highs today will continue to run well
above normal with highs expected to climb into the lower 90s. There
is little if any chance of rain for the remainder of the day for the
majority of the state.

High pressure will continue to be the dominant weather feature over
the area through the remainder of the weekend and into the first
part of next week. Chances or rain through the weekend will be
fairly low, though some slightly better chances for showers and a
few thunderstorms may be seen across portions of southeast Arkansas.
No major rain makers are expected, or cool downs, until the middle
to later portion of next week when a cold front moves through the

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