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FXUS64 KLZK 301947
AFDLZK

AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
247 PM CDT SAT AUG 30 2014

.SHORT TERM...TONIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY NIGHT
AN UPPER TROUGH IS OVER THE PLAINS THIS AFTERNOON AND UPPER RIDGES
ARE OVER THE SOUTHWEST AND SOUTHEAST U.S. THIS UPPER TROUGH WILL
MOVE THROUGH THE GREAT LAKES SUNDAY MORNING AND TO THE EAST COAST
SUNDAY NIGHT. UPPER HIGH PRESSURE WILL SPREAD ACROSS THE SOUTH LATE
SUNDAY THROUGH TUESDAY.

SCATTERED SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS HAVE DEVELOPED ACROSS
THE AREA THIS AFTERNOON. MOISTURE WILL CONTINUE TO SURGE NORTH FROM
THE GULF AND FEED THE RAIN AREA IN THE SOUTHEAST...WHERE THE HIGHEST
POPS ARE THROUGH TONIGHT. A SHORT WAVE WILL MOVE THROUGH THE
SOUTHEAST AND NORTHWEST TONIGHT. HIGHEST RAINFALL AMOUNTS WILL BE IN
THE SOUTHEAST WHERE AN INCH OR MORE IS EXPECTED. RAIN CHANCES WILL
TAPER OFF SUNDAY MORNING. RAIN IN THE SOUTHEAST WILL BE ENDING
SUNDAY AFTERNOON AS THE SYSTEM EXITS TO THE EAST.

THE NEXT COLD FRONT WILL MOVE THROUGH THE PLAINS MONDAY AND BE NEAR
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TUESDAY. SLIGHT CHANCES OF SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED MONDAY IN THE NORTH THEN WILL INCREASE
MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY AS THE FRONT NEARS. RAIN CHANCES WILL
SPREAD FURTHER SOUTH ON TUESDAY. NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES ARE
EXPECTED SUNDAY THEN BACK TO ABOVE NORMAL MONDAY AND TUESDAY.

&&

.LONG TERM...WEDNESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
THROUGH THE LONG TERM PERIOD...THERE WILL BE CONTINUED SLIGHT
CHANCES OF SHOWERS/STORMS...AS SEVERAL WAVES MOVE AROUND THE
PERIPHERY OF WEAK UPPER RIDGING. AT THE SAME TIME...A FRONTAL
BOUNDARY WILL ATTEMPT TO MOVE INTO THE REGION AROUND WEDNESDAY...
BUT WILL BE PUSHED BACK TO THE NORTH. THERE WILL BE ANOTHER FRONT
APPROACHING BY THE WEEKEND.

TEMPERATURES WILL BE WITHIN A FEW DEGREES OF SEASONAL AVERAGES...BUT
COULD LARGELY DEPEND ON PRECIPITATION COVERAGE AND ASSOCIATED CLOUD
COVER EACH DAY.

&&

.PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS...
BATESVILLE AR     71  90  72  92 /  70  20  10  20
CAMDEN AR         72  91  73  93 /  60  20  10  10
HARRISON AR       69  90  71  91 /  50  10  10  20
HOT SPRINGS AR    72  92  72  92 /  60  10  10  10
LITTLE ROCK   AR  72  91  72  92 /  70  20  10  10
MONTICELLO AR     73  89  73  93 /  90  40  10  10
MOUNT IDA AR      72  92  72  92 /  50  10  10  10
MOUNTAIN HOME AR  70  90  71  92 /  60  10  10  20
NEWPORT AR        72  89  72  91 /  70  30  10  20
PINE BLUFF AR     72  90  73  92 /  80  30  10  10
RUSSELLVILLE AR   71  91  72  92 /  60  10  10  10
SEARCY AR         72  90  72  92 /  70  30  10  10
STUTTGART AR      72  90  73  92 /  70  30  10  10
&&

.LZK WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...NONE.
&&

$$

SHORT TERM...51 / LONG TERM...57






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