Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK
444 PM CST FRI FEB 5 2016

IT HAS BEEN A PARTLY CLOUDY DAY ACROSS THE NATURAL STATE AS HIGH
LEVEL CLOUDS MOVED OVER THE STATE. DRY CONDITIONS WERE SEEN WITH
HIGH PRESSURE IN CONTROL. HIGHS TODAY HAVE BEEN MOSTLY IN THE 50S
WITH A LIGHT SOUTHERLY WIND. BENIGN CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE INTO
THE NIGHT HOURS AS WINDS WILL REMAIN LIGHT BUT THE INCREASED CLOUD
COVER WILL CONTINUE AHEAD OF A WEAK UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCE. LOWS
TONIGHT WILL BE IN THE UPPER 20S AND LOWER 30S.

TOMORROW...A SLIGHT CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION EXISTS IN THE WESTERN
AND SOUTHWESTERN PORTIONS OF THE STATE AS THIS UPPER LEVEL SYSTEM
PASSES SOUTHWEST OF THE STATE. PRECIPITATION WILL BE MOSTLY
RAIN...HOWEVER SOME SLEET AND EVEN FREEZING RAIN IS POSSIBLE ACROSS
THE FAR SOUTHWEST PORTIONS OF THE STATE. HIGHS WILL BE IN THE 50S
STATEWIDE.

MILD CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY BEFORE MUCH
COLDER WEATHER OCCURS EARLY NEXT WEEK AS AN ARCTIC FRONT PASSES
THROUGH ARKANSAS.

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