Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
1125 AM CDT FRI MAR 24 2017

It was quite another warm March day across the Natural State as an
approaching low pressure system has pulled in warm, humid air into
the region. Temperatures this morning started our in the 60s across
the state.

As the low pressure system approaches the state this afternoon,
chances for showers and thunderstorms increase. By late afternoon, a
line of storms will likely extended north-south along the Arkansas
and Oklahoma border. These storms will likely be strong to severe
with damaging winds being the main threat. However, large hail and
even a tornado cannot be ruled out. The line of storms will make it
to central Arkansas in the evening hours and exit eastern Arkansas
by around midnight.

A few additional showers and possibly a thunderstorm will be
possible in the overnight hours...especially across the northern
portions of Arkansas.

Temperatures Saturday morning will range from the low 50s to mid
60s and rise into the 60s and 70s during the daytime. The best
chance of rainfall will be across northeast Arkansas in the morning
and early afternoon hours.

Dry weather is expected for most of Sunday in Arkansas, but there
will be another chance of rain late Sunday and into the first part
of the new work week.

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