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 CST Mon JAN 16 2017

Across Arkansas, widespread cloud cover and fog was seen early this
morning. Some areas of dense fog were also noted over central and
eastern Arkansas. A large area of rain and showers, with a few
thunderstorms, were over western to parts of central Arkansas, with
the area moving east north east. The rain was associated with a
storm system to the west of Arkansas, which will move east today and
spread the rain to the entire state. Also a marginal risk of strong
to severe storms will be possible this afternoon to evening as the
cold front slowly moves through Arkansas. Temperatures early this
morning were from the 40s to 50s. Highs today will be from the 40s
north, the 50s central to some 60s south. Tonight, clouds will
slowly thin from west to central, with any remaining rain focused
over southeast Arkansas. Lows will be from the upper 30s to 40s.

Drier and a bit cooler conditions will be seen later Tuesday and
Wednesday. Then more rain is in the forecast later Wednesday to
Thursday, with the next weather system to affect Arkansas.

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