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 SUN FEB 7 2016

MOSTLY CLEAR SKY CONDITIONS WERE IN PLACE OVER ARKANSAS DURING THE
OVERNIGHT AND EARLY MORNING HOURS. WINDS WERE LIGHT AND TEMPERATURES
FELL INTO THE MID 20S TO MID 30S BY DAYBREAK.

MILD CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE THIS AFTERNOON BEFORE A POWERFUL BLAST
OF COLD AIR MAKES ITS WAY INTO THE STATE. SOUTHWESTERLY WINDS WILL
BE IN PLACE AND HIGHS WILL TOP OUT IN THE MID 50S TO LOWER 60S THIS
SUNDAY AFTERNOON.

THE FRONT RESPONSIBLE FOR INTRODUCING THE COLD AIR WILL MAKE ITS WAY
THROUGH THE STATE DURING THE EVENING AND OVERNIGHT HOURS. SOME
CLOUDS WILL BE SEEN AND TEMPERATURES WILL START TO FALL. OVERNIGHT
LOWS WILL BOTTOM OUT IN THE UPPER 20S TO UPPER 30S. SOME FLURRIES
MAY BE POSSIBLE MONDAY MORNING ACROSS NORTHERN PARTS OF THE STATE.

WHAT WILL BE NEARLY AS IMPRESSIVE AS THE COLD AIR WITH THIS SYSTEM
IS THE STRONG WINDS EXPECTED ON MONDAY ACROSS THE STATE. SUSTAINED
NORTHWEST WINDS OF 20 MPH WILL BE COMMON WITH GUSTS APPROACHING 40
MPH AT TIMES. DAYTIME HIGHS WILL ONLY BE IN THE 30S TO 40S FOR THE
EARLY TO MIDDLE PART OF NEXT WEEK AS WINTER RETURNS AND OVERNIGHT
LOWS WILL BE IN THE 20S.

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