Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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AWUS84 KLZK 252115

425 PM CDT SUN JUN 25 2017

A beautiful late June day was experienced across the state today
courtesy of high pressure sitting over the region. After morning low
temperatures in the upper 50s and 60s, sunny skies and generally
light winds helped pull temperatures into the 80s across the state
at this hour. Dew point temperatures are very low for this time of
the year and humidity levels are way down from what they could be in
late June.

Northwest flow aloft will allow a few weak waves of low pressure to
move through the region over the next couple of days. As such, small
rain chances have returned to the north and northeastern portions of
the state for both tonight and Monday evening. However, any rainfall
be generally be light with only a few hundredths on an inch possible
although the far northeast may see a little more.

Low temperatures overnight and into Monday morning should drop into
the upper 50s in the north and into the lower 60s throughout the
central and southern portions of the Natural State.

High temperatures on Monday will range from the upper 70s over the
north to the upper 80s over the south. Otherwise, highs in the mid
to upper 80s and lows in the mid 60s to lower 70s are expected for
the remainder of the week.  More widespread precipitation chances
return late in the week.


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