Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Little Rock, AR

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Weather Summary for Arkansas
National Weather Service Little Rock AR
531 AM CDT Tue Mar 20 2018

Colder air moved into the state during the overnight hours behind
a frontal boundary. Thick cloud cover associated with an upper
level system moved in as well. Scattered, light showers were noted
over northern and portions of central Arkansas during the pre-dawn
hours. Temperatures ranged from the lower 40s north to lower 50s

The upper level system will swing through northeast Arkansas
today. Clouds will remain over the state, with scattered light
showers over mainly the northeast half. High temperatures will
range from the upper 40s in the far northeast, to the mid 60s in
the south.

The system will move away from the region tonight, with clouds
decreasing. Low temperatures will be in the 30s in much of the
state tonight, with a few locations in the northwest and north
getting very close to freezing.

Looking ahead to later in the week, temperatures will warm as high
pressure slides eastward. A new storm system will approach the
state by Friday, with showers and thunderstorms returning to the

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