Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS84 KLZK 062224

425 PM CST TUE DEC 6 2016

Cloudy skies were seen across Arkansas Tuesday afternoon, although
there were some areas with sunshine in the central and northeast
portions of the state. Earlier this morning, showers moved out of
eastern Arkansas which was associated with the passage of a cold
front. Afternoon temperature were in the lower 40s in the northwest
to mid 50s elsewhere. Tonight, lows will be in the mid 20s to around

On Wednesday, cloudy conditions will be seen statewide with chances
of light precipitation developing ahead of the next arctic cold
front. High temperatures will be in the upper 30s to mid 50s. In
northwestern Arkansas, precipitation will start off as rain but may
transition to at least a rain and snow mix in the afternoon, with
all snow seen through the evening hours. Precipitation amounts will
be low, so accumulation should be light in most places, generally
less than a few tenths of an inch. Over central Arkansas, mainly
rain is expected will a possible brief transition to rain or snow
mix during the evening before precipitation moves out of the area.
In southern Arkansas, a cold rain is expected with maybe a flake or
two mixed in as the precipitation moves out during the early morning
hours Thursday.

On Thursday and Friday, cold arctic air will be the main story with
well below normal temperatures expected as this will be the coldest
air so far this season. Highs will be in the 30s and 40s both days.
Lows on Thursday will be in the upper teens to upper 30s and lows on
Friday will be in the lower teens to lower 20s.

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