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 Mon May 21 2018

Across Arkansas this morning, skies were mostly cloudy with isolated
to scattered showers and thunderstorms moving through the area. An
upper level system was moving across Arkansas, and with in place
moisture and instability, showers and thunderstorms were developing
over the state and moving northeast. Some small hail, gusty winds
and heavy rain was noted with the strong storms. The forecast today
will keep the chance of convection for much of the state throughout
the day, as highs reach the 80s with some locations near 90 degrees.
An isolated strong to severe storm may be seen, especially in
eastern Arkansas. Tonight, much of the convection should wind down
in the late evening, while partly cloudy skies will be seen with
some areas of fog forming Monday night. Lows will mostly be in the
60s.

The weather forecast will be similar for much of this week, with
above normal temperatures and generally afternoon to early evening
isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms. A cold front will
slowly edge toward the region from the Plains over the coming days.
Ahead of the front, isolated to scattered thunderstorms will be
possible each day. Expect heat index values to make it into the mid
90s to around 100 degrees in some spots.

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