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Regional Weather Summary

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
525 AM CDT MON SEP 1 2014

IT WAS A QUIET NIGHT THROUGHOUT ARKANSAS...WITH CLEAR ACROSS MUCH OF 
THE STATE BUT ALSO SOME LOW CLOUDS IN PARTS OF SOUTHWEST AND 
NORTHERN ARKANSAS. TEMPERATURES WERE MILD...IN THE MID TO UPPER 70S.

LOOKING ACROSS THE REGION A THUNDERSTORM COMPLEX WAS SITUATED IN 
SOUTHWEST MISSOURI AND THE FAR REACHES OF NORTHWEST ARKANSAS EARLY 
THIS MORNING. THESE STORMS WILL CONTINUE SOUTHEASTWARD AND WILL 
AFFECT NORTHERN ARKANSAS DURING THE MORNING HOURS BEFORE DYING OFF 
BY MIDDAY OR SO. MORE STORMS WILL BE POSSIBLE IN THE AFTERNOON AND 
EVENING...LIKELY MORE TOWARDS CENTRAL ARKANSAS ALONG BOUNDARIES 
DEPOSITED BY MORNING CONVECTION. TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL BE TRICKY 
AS CLOUD COVER WILL LIMIT HEATING IN SOME AREAS. GENERALLY SPEAKING 
HIGHS SHOULD BE CLOSE TO OR SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL.

FOR TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY SIMILAR CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED...WITH 
CHANCES FOR SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS IN THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE 
STATE AND NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES. UPPER LEVEL HIGH PRESSURE WILL 
BEGIN TO BUILD BACK INTO THE REGION STARTING LATE 
WEDNESDAY...YIELDING DRY CONDITIONS AND SLIGHTLY WARMER TEMPERATURES 
TO FINISH OUT THE WORK WEEK.

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