Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
525 AM CST FRI FEB 27 2015

COLD HIGH PRESSURE MOVED INTO THE STATE DURING THE OVERNIGHT HOURS.
NORTHEAST WINDS ALLOWED TEMPERATURES TO FALL TO THE SINGLE DIGITS IN
PORTIONS OF THE NORTH TO THE MID 20S OVER THE SOUTH.

CLOUDS WILL INCREASE THIS MORNING...AS THE NEXT STORM SYSTEM
DEVELOPS IN THE SOUTHERN PLAINS. HIGHS TODAY WILL BE WELL BELOW
NORMAL...WITH TEMPERATURES ONLY REACHING THE MID 20S TO MID 30S.
MOST AREAS...HOWEVER...WILL STAY BELOW FREEZING. SOME SMALL CHANCES
FOR LIGHT SNOW WILL BE POSSIBLE ACROSS THE WESTERN THIRD OF THE
STATE...WITH NO SIGNIFICANT ACCUMULATIONS EXPECTED.

INCREASED PRECIPITATION CHANCES RETURN TO THE FORECAST ON
SATURDAY...AS THE SOUTHERN PLAINS SYSTEM MOVES EAST. WITH
TEMPERATURES REMAINING BELOW FREEZING ACROSS THE NORTH
SATURDAY...MIXED WINTRY PRECIPITATION IS IN THE FORECAST ONCE AGAIN.

MEANWHILE...MOST OF CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN ARKANSAS WILL BE WARM
ENOUGH FOR RAIN. UNSETTLED WEATHER WILL REMAIN IN THE FORECAST
THROUGH THE BEGINNING OF NEXT WEEK...WITH TEMPERATURES SLOWLY
WARMING.

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