Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
1125 AM CST FRI MAR 6 2015

CLEAR SKIES AND LIGHT WINDS ALLOWED FOR VERY COLD TEMPERATURES LAST
NIGHT AND EARLY THIS MORNING. LINGERING SNOW AND ICE COVER OVER MUCH
OF CENTRAL AND NORTHERN ARKANSAS ALSO HELPED THE MERCURY PLUMMET.
LOW TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING RANGED FROM THE SINGLE DIGITS OVER
NORTHEAST ARKANSAS TO THE TEENS AND LOWER 20S ELSEWHERE.

ARCTIC HIGH PRESSURE WAS CENTERED OVER SOUTHEAST ARKANSAS THIS
MORNING. THE HIGH WILL CONTINUE TO SLOWLY DEPART TO THE EAST
TODAY...WITH A WARMING TREND EXPECTED THROUGH THE WEEKEND.

HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL BE IN THE MID 30S TO MID 40S. LOWS
TONIGHT WILL BE IN THE UPPER TEENS TO UPPER 20S. HIGHS ON SATURDAY
WILL RANGE FROM THE MID 40S TO UPPER 50S.

IT WILL BE DRY THROUGH SATURDAY...BUT A STORM SYSTEM WILL APPROACH
FROM THE SOUTHWEST SUNDAY AND MONDAY. CLOUDS WILL INCREASE...AND
RAIN IS IN THE FORECAST. PRECIPITATION CHANCES ARE HIGHEST IN CENTRAL
AND SOUTHERN SECTIONS OF THE STATE.

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