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 MON OCT 20 2014

DRY WEATHER WITH MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES WERE NOTED ACROSS MUCH OF
ARKANSAS OVERNIGHT...HOWEVER INCREASED CLOUDS AND SOME SCATTERED
SHOWERS DID DEVELOP OVER NORTHERN PARTS OF THE STATE. THESE WILL
DIMINISH THROUGH THE MORNING HOURS BUT WILL ALSO SHIFT SOUTHWARD
WITH TIME...BRINGING SOME ISOLATED TO SCATTERED RAINFALL TO PARTS OF
WEST CENTRAL AND CENTRAL ARKANSAS BEFORE DISSIPATING BY MIDDAY.

OTHERWISE...DRY CONDITIONS WILL BE SEEN STATEWIDE FROM THIS
AFTERNOON THROUGH LATE WEDNESDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS OVERHEAD
ACROSS THE REGION. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL REMAIN CLOSE TO
NORMAL...RANGING FROM THE MID 40S IN THE NORTH TO AROUND 50 IN THE
SOUTH. HIGHS WILL LIKELY WIND UP SLIGHTLY ABOVE NORMAL TODAY THROUGH
WEDNESDAY THANKS TO INCREASING HIGH PRESSURE ALOFT AND MOSTLY SUNNY
SKIES.

LATE WEDNESDAY NIGHT AND INTO THURSDAY ANOTHER SYSTEM WILL APPROACH
FROM THE WEST. SOME LIGHT RAINFALL SEEMS LIKELY IN THE FAR WESTERN
PARTS OF ARKANSAS EARLY THURSDAY MORNING...BUT IT WILL STRUGGLE TO
MAKE IT MUCH FURTHER EAST INTO THE STATE DUE TO PLENTY OF DRY AIR IN
PLACE. AS SUCH EASTERN AND SOUTHEASTERN ARKANSAS WILL CONTINUE THEIR
DRY STREAK FROM EARLY IN THE WEEK.

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