Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
425 PM CDT FRI OCT 24 2014

FAIRLY QUIET WEATHER CONDITIONS WERE SEEN ACROSS THE NATURAL STATE
TODAY AS HIGH PRESSURE WAS NOTED OVER ARKANSAS. MAINLY HIGH LEVEL
CLOUDS WERE SEEN ACROSS THE AREA AND WINDS WERE LIGHT AND PRIMARILY
OUT OF THE SOUTH. HIGH TEMPERATURES MADE IT INTO THE MID TO UPPER
70S.

THE AFOREMENTIONED SURFACE HIGH PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL SHIFT TO THE
SOUTHEAST OVER THE WEEKEND...WITH A WARMING TREND EXPECTED AS WINDS
BECOME SOUTHERLY. AN UPPER LEVEL RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE WILL ALSO
BUILD INTO THE REGION...AIDING IN THE WARMER AND CONTINUED DRY
CONDITIONS. HIGHS WILL REACH THE UPPER 70S TO MID 80S...WITH
OVERNIGHT LOWS MAINLY IN THE 50S.

THE STRETCH OF DRY WEATHER LOOKS TO BE COMING TO AN END BY EARLY
NEXT WEEK AS A COLD FRONT APPROACHES THE STATE. THIS WEAK COLD FRONT
WILL PUSH INTO ARKANSAS FROM THE NORTH BY EARLY TUESDAY...BEFORE
STALLING ACROSS THE REGION. THERE WILL BE OFF AND ON RAIN CHANCES
THROUGH MID WEEK UNTIL THE FRONT FINALLY EXITS. TEMPERATURE WILL
RETURN BACK TO NEAR NORMAL FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR.

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