Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
435 PM CDT TUE JUL 25 2017

A few isolated showers and thunderstorms developed again this
afternoon. Most showers are concentrated over the northern and
eastern portions of Arkansas. This activity is expected to diminish
shortly after sunset. Temperatures this afternoon are in the lower
to mid 90s with heat index values ranging from the upper 90s to near
110 for many areas. As a result, a heat advisory is in effect for
areas along the Arkansas River valley from Fort Smith to Little
Rock as well as eastern and northeastern portions of the state.

Wednesday will be continued hot and humid, with a heat advisory in
effect for much of Arkansas. High temperatures will be in mid 90s
except for a couple places in the ozarks topping out near 90. Dry
conditions can be expected.

Rain chances return once again by the end of the week with cooler
temperatures expected as a second frontal system tries to move
through the area. Assuming the front makes it through the state,
temperatures will be notably cooler with highs topping out in the
80s by the weekend and overnight lows in the lower to mid 60s.

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