Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
917 PM CST Mon Jan 22 2018

Strong thunderstorms moved across Arkansas early Monday morning
resulting in some very heavy rain for parts of the state. This
storm also produced some severe weather including two confirmed
tornados.

Cloudy skies prevailed across northern Arkansas most of the day
as moisture was wrapping around the upper level low pressure
system responsible for the aforementioned showers and storms. A
few snow flurries can not be ruled out across the north through
the early morning hours as this system pulls out.

This system also brought gusty winds of 15 to 30 mph to most of the
state. These winds are subsiding slowly across central and
southern sections of the state but conditions remain quite breezy
across the north near the upper low.

Temperatures were near normal for this time of the year, topping
out in the lower to mid 50s. Lows tonight are forecast to drop
into the upper 20s across the north to the upper 30s over the
southwest.

High pressure will build over the area Tuesday through Thursday.
Pacific air will be in place, so temperatures will be a little
above average. Later in the week, a new storm system and front will
bring good chances of rain by Friday and Saturday. Afternoon highs
temperatures will generally be in the 50s with lows in 30s.

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