Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
1125 AM CDT Sat Mar 25 2017

Partly to mostly sunny skies were seen across the Natural State on
Saturday morning after a line of thunderstorms moved through the
state in the overnight hours. Most areas received between a half
inch and an inch and a half of rainfall, however, a few areas have
reported in excess of 2 inches with this system. Lows this morning
were mainly in the 50s.

Temperatures will warm into the upper 60s into the 70s across most
of the state as southerly flow continues ahead of a low pressure
system that is located over northwest Arkansas. Northwest Arkansas
will stay cooler as northerly winds flow in behind the system and
associated cold front.

Saturday night, decreasing clouds will be seen, as lows drop to the
50s. Dry weather is forecast for Sunday with highs in the 70s with a
few 80 degree readings. The next chance of rain will be late Sunday
to Monday with the next system moving through the region.

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