Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
329 PM CST Sat Nov 18 2017

A strong cold front moved through the state this Saturday...bringing
primarily some very windy conditions to the Natural State. Most
areas had seen winds of 20 to 30  mph...with gusts exceeding 40 mph.
Some areas saw wind gusts exceed 50 mph across portions of central
and northeast Arkansas. Some scattered showers and thunderstorm were
also noted along and behind this front...but most activity moved
rapidly east.

Highs across the state ranged from the 70s to near 80 across central
and southern sections of the state...to the mid and upper 60s across
the northwest. Behind the front...temperatures rapidly
dropped...with temperatures late this afternoon ranging from
the mid 40s across the northwest...upper 50s to low 60s across
central sections...and still in the 70s ahead of the front across
extreme southeast Arkansas.

Expect the breezy conditions to continue into the early evening
hours before gradually weakening by Sunday morning. Dry and much
cooler conditions will be seen overnight into Sunday...with lows by
Sunday morning in the 30s to near 40. Highs on Sunday will warm into
the upper 40s to near 60.

Mainly dry weather will continue into early next week as high
pressure moves across the region. A new cold front will move into
the region by the middle of the week...but limited moisture levels
will keep mainly dry conditions in the forecast.

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