Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK
1125 AM CST SAT FEB 6 2016

SOME CLOUDS WERE SEEN ACROSS THE NATURAL STATE OVERNIGHT AND EARLY
THIS MORNING AS A STORM SYSTEM PASSED JUST TO THE SOUTHWEST OF THE
STATE. NO RAINFALL WAS OBSERVED IN THE STATE AND MORNING LOWS WERE
IN THE 20S TO MID 30S.

SKY CONDITIONS HAVE ALREADY IMPROVED BY LATE MORNING...WITH A MOSTLY
CLEAR SKY IN SPACE. WINDS WILL BE LIGHT AND OUT OF THE SOUTHWEST
WITH AFTERNOON HIGHS TOPPING OUT IN THE 50S STATEWIDE.

MILD CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE ON SUNDAY BEFORE MUCH COLDER WEATHER
OCCURS EARLY NEXT WEEK AS AN ARCTIC FRONT PASSES THROUGH ARKANSAS.
THE FRONT MAY PRODUCE A FEW FLURRIES ACROSS THE NORTH AS IT MOVES
THROUGH MONDAY MORNING BUT THAT SHOULD BE ABOUT IT. STRONG WINDS
WILL BE SEEN MONDAY ACROSS THE STATE...GUSTS COULD BE OVER 30 MPH AT
TIMES. TEMPERATURES WILL ONLY BE IN THE 30S AND 40S FOR THE EARLY
TO MIDDLE PART OF NEXT WEEK.

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