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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
909 PM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

WIDESPREAD RAINFALL WAS SEEN ACROSS THE NATURAL STATE THIS
SUNDAY...WITH RAINFALL AMOUNTS APPROACHING ONE HALF TO ONE INCH IN
SOME SPOTS. MOST OF THIS PRECIPITATION HAD MOVED EAST OF THE STATE
THIS AFTERNOON...WITH EVEN SOME PEAKS OF SUN SEEN RIGHT BEFORE
SUNSET. AS A RESULT...SOME LOCATIONS DID MANAGE TO SEE HIGH
TEMPERATURES WARM INTO THE UPPER 60S TO LOW 70S ACROSS THE FAR WEST
AND SOUTHWEST. ELSEWHERE...HIGHS WERE GENERALLY IN THE UPPER 50S TO
MID 60S UNDER RAIN AND CLOUD COVER.

LATE THIS EVENING...SOME SCATTERED SHOWERS AND EVEN SOME
THUNDERSTORMS WERE ONGOING ACROSS NORTHWEST AND NORTHERN SECTIONS OF
THE STATE AS MOISTURE WRAPS AROUND THE STORM SYSTEM TO THE
NORTHEAST. A STRONG COLD FRONT WAS MOVING INTO NORTHWEST AND WESTERN
SECTIONS OF THE STATE...WITH WINDS TURNING FROM THE SOUTH...TO THE
WEST AND NORTHWEST...AND GUSTING TO OVER 30 MPH. BEHIND THIS
FRONT...TEMPERATURES HAVE DROPPED INTO THE UPPER 40S...WITH 50S AND
LOW 60S ACROSS THE REST OF THE STATE AHEAD OF THE FRONT.

MAINLY DRY CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED OVERNIGHT...BUT SOME SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS WILL REMAIN POSSIBLE ACROSS THE NORTHERN THIRD OF THE
STATE. OTHERWISE...EXPECT THE AFOREMENTIONED FRONT TO SHIFT EAST
ACROSS THE STATE...WITH BREEZY WEST AND NORTHWEST WINDS EXPECTED
ACROSS THE AREA. WINDS OF 15 TO 25 MPH ARE EXPECTED...WITH GUSTS
OVER 30 MPH POSSIBLE. THE LOWS BY AROUND SUNRISE MONDAY MORNING WILL
BE IN THE 30S TO MID 40S.

IT WILL BE WINDY AND COOL ON MONDAY WITH STRONG WEST WINDS
CONTINUING. HIGHS WILL BE IN THE LOWER 50S TO LOWER 60S. DRY
CONDITIONS WITH MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES ARE EXPECTED FOR TUESDAY AND
WEDNESDAY WITH NEAR TO SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES.

THANKSGIVING DAY OUTLOOK...EXPECT A MOSTLY SUNNY SKY...WITH HIGHS IN
THE 40S AND 50S...AND LOWS RANGING FROM THE LOW TO UPPER 30S.

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