Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
525 AM CDT WED SEP 17 2014

CLOUDY SKIES WERE LOCATED IN NORTH AND SOUTH ARKANSAS WHILE MUCH OF
THE REST OF THE AREA WAS CLEAR TO PARTLY CLOUDY. SCATTERED SHOWERS
ENDED DURING MID EVENING. BY EARLY MORNING...WITH PATCHY
FOG...TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE LOWER 60S IN THE NORTHEAST TO THE
UPPER 60S IN THE SOUTHWEST. SOME DENSE FOG WAS NOTED IN NORTH
ARKANSAS.

A STATIONARY FRONT CONTINUES ACROSS ARKANSAS THIS MORNING. A
THUNDERSTORM COMPLEX DEVELOPED EARLY THIS MORNING IN MISSOURI AND
WILL AFFECT NORTH ARKANSAS LATER THIS MORNING. RAIN CHANCES WILL
SPREAD TO THE REST OF THE STATE BY THIS AFTERNOON. HIGHS TODAY WILL
BE IN THE UPPER 70S IN THE NORTH TO NEAR 90 IN THE SOUTH.

ANOTHER THUNDERSTORM COMPLEX IS EXPECTED 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 WILL MOVE IN FOR THE FIRST PART OF
THE WEEKEND.

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