Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
925 PM CST SUN FEB 26 2017

Across Arkansas on Sunday, surface high pressure had moved east and
a southerly wind flow returned to the state. After morning lows from
the mid 20s to mid 30s, afternoon highs reached the 50s to middle
60s. Clouds started to increase in the afternoon, as light showers
developed over western areas. Additional rain and a few
thunderstorms developed in the evening.

Sunday night, periods of showers and thunderstorms are forecast, as
an upper storm system moves across the state. The best rain chances
will be across southern portions of the state where close to an inch
of rain will be possible. Lighter amounts will be seen elsewhere.
Lows will range from the mid 30s across the north to lower 50s near
the Louisiana border.

Unsettled weather will continue into the work week. A strong storm
system will approach the region on Tuesday, with the possibility of
severe thunderstorms Tuesday evening into early Wednesday.

This week is also Severe Weather Awareness Week across Arkansas.
Each day we will try to discuss a different topic related to severe
weather. The main goal of this week is to promote weather safety and
awareness across the Natural State.

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