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 SUN DEC 28 2014

SOME RAIN LINGERED IN PORTIONS OF EASTERN ARKANSAS ON SUNDAY
EVENING...AS AN UPPER LEVEL SYSTEM CONTINUED TO MOVE AWAY FROM THE
REGION. BEHIND THAT...HIGH PRESSURE WAS PUSHING IN TO WESTERN
ARKANSAS...AND CLEARING OUT CLOUDS. HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY WERE
MOSTLY IN THE 40S...WITH A FEW LOCATIONS REPORTING UPPER 30S IN
CENTRAL AND NORTHERN ARKANSAS. BY MID EVENING...READINGS RANGED FROM
THE UPPER 20S NORTH TO NEAR 40 IN THE DELTA REGION.

CLOUDS WILL CONTINUE TO DECREASE OVERNIGHT AND WINDS WILL BE FAIRLY
LIGHT. OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO FALL INTO THE
LOWER TO MID 20S ACROSS THE NORTHWEST...WITH UPPER 20S TO MID 30S
NOTED ACROSS CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN PARTS OF THE STATE. ANY LINGERING
RAINFALL WILL COME TO AN END LATE TONIGHT.

DRY WEATHER IS IN THE FORECAST MONDAY...AND TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN
A LITTLE BELOW NORMAL. HIGHS ON MONDAY WILL BE IN THE 40S TO AROUND
50 DEGREES.

LOOKING AHEAD...IT WILL STAY DRY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. A LARGE AREA
OF ARCTIC HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD TOWARD THE REGION FROM THE
NORTHERN PLAINS...AND THIS WILL KEEP TEMPERATURES SUBPAR. ON NEW
YEARS DAY AND FRIDAY...A STORM SYSTEM WILL APPROACH FROM THE
SOUTHWEST UNITED STATES...AND WILL BRING RAIN. PRECIPITATION MAY
BEGIN AS A BRIEF PERIOD OF FREEZING RAIN OR SLEET TOWARD THE
MISSOURI BORDER.

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