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 MON MAY 23 2016

Across Arkansas on Monday, skies were mostly cloudy with areas of
rain being seen. Rain chances were back in the forecast along with
more humid weather. The ridge of high pressure had finally slid east
of the state, allowing for a warm and moist southerly flow. Evening
convection over southwest AR gradually weakened later in the
evening. After morning lows mainly in the 50s, afternoon highs were
from the upper 70s to mid 80s.

Monday night, mostly dry conditions will likely be seen through the
very early morning hours with another thunderstorm complex expected
to make its way into the state from Oklahoma by daybreak. Western
Arkansas has the best chance for seeing showers and isolated
thunderstorms Tuesday morning with lows falling into the 60s.

Hit or miss showers and thunderstorms will be seen each day this
week. Highs will generally be in the 80s, with overnight lows mostly
in the 60s to around 70 degrees. Slightly better rain chances will be
seen on Friday.

Widespread heavy rainfall is not expected, but some strong to
possibly severe storms may be seen late in the work week. Later
forecasts will fine tune any severe storm threat. Western Arkansas
would be the more likely area for widespread thunderstorms and the
heavier rain.

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