Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
914 PM CST SUN DEC 4 2016

Only some light rain was seen across southeast Arkansas this
afternoon...with most areas remaining dry. High temperatures
remained below normal...with highs in the 40s to around 50. Late
this evening...dry conditions were see for all of the Natural State.
Temperatures had dropped down into the upper 30s to upper
40s...under a mostly cloudy sky.

Expect mainly dry conditions overnight...with just some patchy fog
forecast. Far southern sections of the state will see a slight
chance for rainfall. Lows by Monday morning will drop down into the
low 30s across the north...to the low 40s across the south.

Rain chances will increase again on Monday as another system
approaches the region from the southwest. Expect rain to develop
across southern sections of the state during the morning
hours...then spread north throughout the day. Highs will again be
below normal...with mainly 40s to low 50s expected. Rain chances
will gradually decrease Monday night...with drier conditions
expected by Tuesday.

Another storm system and very strong cold front to move through the
region by the middle of the week...with some of the coldest air so
far this season expected for Thursday and Friday.

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