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AWUS84 KLZK 291014

514 AM CDT Mon May 29 2017

Most of the rainfall had ended during the evening hours on
Sunday...with most areas of the Natural State seeing dry conditions
overnight. A cold front was slowly dropping southeast across central
and southern sections of the state.

Early this morning...this front was triggering a few showers and
isolated thunderstorms across southeast and southern
Arkansas...activity which was dropping southeast over time.
Temperatures ranged from mid 50s to mid 60s behind the
the upper 60s to around 70 along and ahead of this front.

Chances for some showers and an isolated storm will be seen early
this morning across southeast and far southern Arkansas along and
ahead of this slowing cold front. Dry conditions should be seen by
this afternoon for most of the state...with just some lingering
chances for showers and an isolated storm across the far south and
southeast where this cold front looks to stall. High temperatures
will warm into the upper 70s to mid 80s.

Some isolated to widely scattered showers and thunderstorms will be
possible on Tuesday into Wednesday...with temperatures again in the
70s and 80s for highs. Chances for more scattered precipitation
activity comes later in the week...with temperatures near or just
above normal.

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