Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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AWUS84 KLZK 241026

525 AM CDT SAT JUN 24 2017

A cold front moved through the state last night, and currently
resides in northern Louisiana. Behind the front, cooler and drier
air was filtering into northern Arkansas though it will be later
today before this pushes into the southern parts of the state. A few
isolated showers did drift through the northern half of Arkansas,
and more showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop in the
far southern parts of the state through the morning. However
eventually dry air will work into those areas and rain chances will
come to and end today.

Temperatures dropped notably behind the front, with readings in the
upper 50s to around 60 in the north early this morning. In the
south, where the dry air has yet to make it, they were still close
to 70. Still, highs today will be well below normal for this time of
year. Expect to see low 80s for highs today.

Sunday will be dry but rain chances return to north Arkansas for
Monday as an upper level disturbance moves across the area. High
temperatures in the lower to mid 80s will be common Sunday through
Tuesday then a bit warmer on Wednesday.

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