Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
925 PM CDT WED SEP 17 2014

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED AND MOVED ACROSS NORTHWEST...
NORTH CENTRAL...AND WESTERN ARKANSAS ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AND
EVENING. AT TIMES...THE STORMS WERE SEVERE...AND PRODUCED HAIL AND
STRONG WINDS. THE STORMS WERE CLOSE TO A BOUNDARY DRAPED ACROSS
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS AND THE ARKANSAS RIVER VALLEY. NORTH OF THE
BOUNDARY...HIGH TEMPERATURES WERE ONLY IN THE 60S AND 70S. SOUTH OF
THE FRONT...HIGHS WERE MOSTLY IN THE 80S...WITH CAMDEN...MONTICELLO
AND EL DORADO REACHING THE LOWER 90S. BY MID EVENING...READINGS HAD
COOLED TO THE LOWER 60S NORTHEAST TO MID 70S SOUTHWEST.

LOWS TONIGHT WILL RANGE IN THE LOWER 60S TO LOWER 70S. ANOTHER
THUNDERSTORM COMPLEX IS EXPECTED AGAIN LATE TONIGHT. RAIN CHANCES
WILL CONTINUE ON THURSDAY. AFTER A MORNING LOW OF LOWER 60S TO LOWER
70S...HIGHS WILL REACH THE MID 70S TO MID 80S.

HIGH PRESSURE MOVES OVER THE AREA FRIDAY. THE DRY CONDITIONS WILL
NOT LAST LONG...AS ANOTHER FRONT POSSIBLY MOVE INTO THE STATE LATER
THIS WEEKEND.

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