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AWUS84 KLZK 280205

925 PM CDT Thu Apr 27 2017

Mostly sunny skies were seen around Arkansas today as the area was
between storm systems. With light winds, afternoon high temperatures
warmed into the lower 60`s to lower 70`s.

At the 9 PM hour, skies were partly to mostly cloudy across the
north with partly cloudy skies elsewhere. Winds were generally and
light from the southeast with temperatures generally in the 60s.

Temperatures tonight will not drop off appreciably as a warm front
lifts north through the state. This front will bring a chance of
some light precipitation to mainly the north during the overnight

Friday and over the weekend, more active weather is forecast. Strong
to severe storms will again be possible on Friday and Saturday, with
damaging winds, large hail and isolated tornadoes possible. Also
there will be periods of heavy rainfall through Sunday. Several
inches of rain will be seen, especially over the northern half of
the state, and flash flooding and river flooding will be possible.

Now is a good time to review your severe weather safety rules. Stay
informed by monitoring the latest weather forecasts, updates and
outlooks from your National Weather Service forecast office.

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