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AWUS84 KLZK 271559

1125 AM CDT TUE SEP 27 2016

In the wake of the cold front that moved through on Monday, high
pressure continues to build into Arkansas at this time. This area of
high pressure has resulted in much cooler and drier conditions
across the state. In fact, it was almost chilly across parts of the
state with overnight with lows dropping into the 40s across the
north to the lower 60s over the south.

At the 11 am hour, only a few clouds were lingering over the south
with sunny conditions elsewhere. Temperatures were in the mid 60s to
lower 70s with very pleasant humidity values as well. Winds were
light and from the north to northwest. Highs today will be in the
upper 70s to lower 80s.

Expect dry conditions to continue for much of the week. Temperatures
will also remain cooler than seen this past week. Highs will be a
bit warmer on Wednesday ahead of yet another approaching cold front.
This front will push south through Arkansas by Thursday but no
rain is expected with this boundary. A reinforcing shot of cooler and
drier air will follow and persist into the upcoming weekend.

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