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AWUS84 KLZK 261616

1125 AM CDT MON JUN 26 2017

This morning across Arkansas, there were some lingering rain showers
carrying over from the activity that developed across portions of
northern Arkansas overnight. The rain showers had moved into
southern portions of the state by late morning. Rainfall amounts
were very light, and the coverage was sparse. Low temperatures this
morning were in the 60s with light northerly winds. Skies were
mostly cloudy early in the morning, but cleared up some as the day
progressed. Expect highs today to generally range from the lower to
upper 80s with the warmest temperatures in the south and the cooler
temperatures in the north. However, a few locations in the north
might not even reach the 80 degree mark and could see their highs
top out in the upper 70s.

A frontal boundary across the Ozarks, coupled with some weak
disturbances moving overhead, will generate plenty of cloud cover
today along with some rain showers. Otherwise dry conditions are
expected for the rest of the state.

High pressure aloft will build into the region on Tuesday for a
slight warming trend through mid week. Temperatures should fall just
shy of normal values, but with south winds returning to Arkansas it
will feel more like typical summertime weather. Highs will be in the
upper 80s to around 90 degrees.

Rain chances are anticipated to return to the forecast during the
latter part of the week, at which point afternoon showers and
thunderstorms will be possible for the central and southern regions
of the state.


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