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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
925 PM CDT WED OCT 22 2014

SKIES WERE MOSTLY SUNNY THIS AFTERNOON...AND HIGH TEMPERATURES
RANGED FROM THE UPPER 60S TO MIDDLE 70S...AS HIGH PRESSURE REMAINED
ACROSS THE GREAT LAKES REGION.

TONIGHT...CLOUDS WILL GRADUALLY INCREASE. THERE WILL BE PATCHY FOG
POSSIBLE NEAR RIVER VALLEYS...AND LOWS WILL FALL INTO THE 40S.

THE HIGH PRESSURE WILL MOVE OFF TO THE EAST AS AN UPPER LEVEL STORM
SYSTEM APPROACHES ARKANSAS THURSDAY. WITH PLENTY OF DRY AIR IN PLACE
OVER THE REGION...RAINFALL WILL BE HARD TO COME BY...WITH ONLY SMALL
RAIN CHANCES ACROSS THE FAR NORTH AND FAR WEST DURING THE DAY
THURSDAY.  THE INCREASED CLOUDS WILL RESULT IN SLIGHTLY COOLER
TEMPERATURES... WITH HIGHS IN THE MID 60S TO THE MID 70S.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL BEGIN TO BUILD BACK INTO THE REGION BY FRIDAY...
PROVIDING A NOTABLE WARM UP FOR THE WEEKEND...WITH HIGHS IN THE 80S
AND LOWS IN THE 50S.

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