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 THU APR 28 2016

IT WAS A MOSTLY SUNNY DAY AS AN AREA OF HIGH PRESSURE REMAINED IN
CONTROL OVER THE NATURAL STATE AFTER A COLD FRONT PASSED THROUGH THE
REGION LAST NIGHT. HIGHS AS OF LATE AFTERNOON WERE IN THE UPPER 70S
AND 80S.

CLOUD COVER WILL INCREASE TONIGHT FROM WEST TO EAST. SCATTERED
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS SHOULD BEGIN DEVELOPING IN SOUTHWEST
SECTIONS OF THE STATE BEFORE SUNRISE. RAIN WILL OVERSPREAD THE
REGION ON FRIDAY...AND COULD BE HEAVY IN PLACES. ONE TO TWO INCH
AMOUNTS ARE IN THE FORECAST ACROSS CENTRAL AND NORTHERN
ARKANSAS...WITH LOCALLY MORE IN SOUTHERN AREAS.

THE SOUTHWEST SYSTEM WILL ARRIVE IN THE PLAINS ON SATURDAY. AHEAD OF
THE SYSTEM...A NEW COLD FRONT WILL PUSH INTO ARKANSAS...WITH RAIN
CHANCES CONTINUING. RAIN WILL BE MOST LIKELY IN THE SOUTHEAST HALF
OF THE STATE...BUT IS NOT EXPECTED TO BE EXCESSIVE. ANY SEVERE
WEATHER WILL BE SPOTTY.

DRY AND COOLER WEATHER WILL BE NOTED BEHIND THE FRONT TO FINISH THE
WEEKEND AND EARLY NEXT WEEK.

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