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 CST THU DEC 18 2014

ACROSS ARKANSAS ON THURSDAY...MOST OF THE RAINFALL ENDED EARLY IN
THE MORNING...BUT LOW OVERCAST SKIES WERE SEEN MUCH OF THE DAY. THE
CLOUDS AND LACK OF SUN KEPT TEMPERATURES BELOW NORMAL OVER ALL PARTS
OF THE STATE. SOME ISOLATED AREAS OF LIGHT DRIZZLE AND FOG WERE SEEN
IN THE AFTERNOON TO EVENING. AFTER MORNING LOWS MAINLY FROM THE
LOWER TO MIDDLE 30S...HIGH TEMPERATURES ONLY REACHED THE UPPER 30S
TO MID 40S...WHILE WINDS WERE GENERALLY EAST TO NORTHEAST AT 5 TO 10
MPH.

ANOTHER SYSTEM WILL APPROACH FROM THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST LATE
TONIGHT...BRINGING ANOTHER ROUND OF PRECIPITATION TO THE STATE.
CLOUDY SKIES WILL EXIST THURSDAY NIGHT...WITH LOW TEMPERATURES IN
THE MID TO UPPER 30S. A BRIEF AND VERY ISOLATED WINTRY MIX IS
POSSIBLE IN NORTHERN PORTIONS OF THE STATE EARLY FRIDAY MORNING...
AND AGAIN FRIDAY NIGHT AND EARLY SATURDAY MORNING. OVERALL ANY
WINTRY PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS WILL BE LIGHT. RAIN IS EXPECTED ACROSS
THE REMAINDER OF THE STATE DURING BOTH PERIODS.  THE HEAVIEST
RAINFALL ASSOCIATED WITH THESE SYSTEMS WILL LIKELY STAY SOUTH OF
ARKANSAS...ACROSS PARTS OF LOUISIANA.

TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN AT OR BELOW SEASONAL AVERAGES FOR MUCH OF
THE NEXT SEVEN DAYS...WITH DRIER WEATHER EXPECTED FOR MUCH OF THE
WEEKEND INTO THE EARLY PART OF NEXT WEEK.

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