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FXUS64 KLZK 190946 AAA
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AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION...UPDATED FOR AVIATION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
445 AM CDT SUN OCT 19 2014

.AVIATION...

OTHER THAN SOME HIGH CLOUDS THROUGH THIS EVENING...VFR CONDITIONS
ARE EXPECTED. THERE WILL BE SOME ISOLATED PATCHES OF FOG THIS
MORNING...ESPECIALLY AROUND BODIES OF WATER. WHERE FOG FORMS...
BRIEF MVFR VISIBILITIES WILL BE NOTED.

WINDS TODAY WILL VARY FROM NORTHEAST TO SOUTHEAST AT 5 TO 10 MPH.
THIS EVENING...WINDS WILL BE SOUTH/SOUTHEAST AT 3 TO 5 MPH. (46)
&&

.SHORT TERM...TODAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY NIGHT

NO SIGNIFICANT CHANGES MADE TO THE SHORT TERM FORECAST. A
DISTURBANCE OVER SOUTHERN SASKATCHEWAN WILL DIVE SOUTH OUT OF
CANADA AND INTO THE UPPER MIDWEST TODAY...REINFORCING AN UPPER
LEVEL TROUGH OVER THE GREAT LAKES. THIS WILL MERGE WITH A WEAK
DISTURBANCE MOVING OUT OF NRN TEXAS AND OKLAHOMA ON MONDAY MORNING
TO PROVIDE A VERY SLIGHT CHANCE OF RAIN IN MAINLY NORTHWEST
ARKANSAS. QPF SIGNALS IN THE COURSER MODELS ARE VERY WEAK...AND
EVEN THE HIGH RESOLUTION MODELS SHOW VERY LITTLE EVIDENCE OF
RAINFALL IN ARKANSAS OVER THE NEXT 24 TO 36 HOURS. STILL...SOME
LIGHT RAINFALL SEEMS PLAUSIBLE SO WILL LEAVE SOME SLIGHT RAIN
CHANCES IN THE FORECAST.

OTHERWISE THE SHORT TERM WILL BE A DRY PERIOD...WITH LITTLE
OUTSIDE OF HIGH CLOUDS IN THE SKY. TEMPERATURES WILL END UP BELOW
NORMAL TODAY AND MONDAY THANKS TO PERSISTENT NORTHERLY SURFACE
FLOW AND INFLUX OF DRIER AIR. HOWEVER TUESDAY NIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY
UPPER LEVEL HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD OVERHEAD. THE DRY AIR AND
MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES WILL MEAN LOWS WILL CONTINUE TO RUN BELOW
NORMAL...BUT AFTER NEAR OR SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL HIGHS TODAY AND
MONDAY...TUE AND WED WILL SEE A SLIGHT UP TICK IN AFTERNOON TEMPS
FOR NEAR OR SLIGHTLY ABOVE NORMAL HIGHS.

&&

.LONG TERM...THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY

A STORM SYSTEM WILL DEEPEN OFF THE NEW ENGLAND COAST...AND THAT
WILL KEEP HIGH PRESSURE ANCHORED OVER THE MIDDLE OF THE COUNTRY
THROUGH MUCH OF THE PERIOD. A WEAK COLD FRONT WILL TRY TO
PENETRATE INTO THE HIGH FROM THE PLAINS...AND WILL BRING LIMITED
MOISTURE LATE THURSDAY AND EARLY FRIDAY. THAT COULD LEAD TO
ISOLATED SHOWERS. OTHERWISE... THE FRONT IS EXPECTED TO WASH OUT.
TEMPERATURES WILL BE AT OR SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL.

&&

.PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS...
BATESVILLE AR     67  47  72  50 /   0   0  20  10
CAMDEN AR         73  47  76  53 /   0   0   0   0
HARRISON AR       66  48  72  49 /   0  10  20  10
HOT SPRINGS AR    70  48  75  54 /   0   0  10  10
LITTLE ROCK   AR  71  48  75  55 /   0   0  10  10
MONTICELLO AR     70  48  76  55 /   0   0   0   0
MOUNT IDA AR      70  47  75  53 /   0   0  10  10
MOUNTAIN HOME AR  66  47  72  48 /   0   0  20  10
NEWPORT AR        67  47  72  51 /   0   0  10   0
PINE BLUFF AR     69  48  75  54 /   0   0  10  10
RUSSELLVILLE AR   71  47  74  54 /   0   0  20  20
SEARCY AR         69  47  73  52 /   0   0  20  10
STUTTGART AR      70  48  74  55 /   0   0  10  10
&&

.LZK WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...NONE.
&&

$$

SHORT TERM...64 / LONG TERM...46









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