Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
925 PM CDT Sun May 28 2017

On the Sunday evening weather map, a cold front continues to move
ever so slowly through the state. This boundary is roughly slicing
the state in half from southwest to northeast. After the rain ended
this morning, skies cleared slowly allowing most areas to climb into
the upper 70s to lower 80s.

Additional showers and thunderstorms have blossomed in the past few
hours across the south. An upper level disturbance is interacting
with the moist and unstable air in advance of the front resulting
in the precipitation. Showers and thunderstorms will continue for a
few more hours mainly over the south. Severe weather is not expected
with the stronger storms racing through Louisiana. Otherwise at the
9 PM hour, skies are generally partly cloudy with temperatures in
the 70s. Winds are generally light but from the south in advance of
the front and north behind it.

The cold front will drop southeast of the state by late tonight and
this evening into Monday morning with chances for rain in southeast
Arkansas decreasing. Lows tonight will drop down into the low 50s
across the northwest to the mid and upper 60s across the southeast.

Drier and calmer conditions will then be seen for the latter half of
Monday through early Wednesday. Highs will mainly be in the 70s to
80s while lows in the 50s to 60s. The overall unsettled pattern will
continue through a good part of next week with rain chances
continuing.

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