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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
1125 AM CDT SUN APR 20 2014

MID AND HIGH CLOUDS MOVED IN FROM THE WEST OVERNIGHT AHEAD OF
ANOTHER STORM SYSTEM THAT WILL AFFECT THE REGION TONIGHT AND ON
MONDAY. LIGHT SOUTHERLY FLOW ALLOWED FOR EARLY MORNING LOWS IN THE
UPPER 40S TO THE UPPER 50S.

DRY AND PARTLY SUNNY CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THE DAY.
HOWEVER...MOISTURE WILL INCREASE THROUGH THE AFTERNOON...WITH CLOUD
COVER GENERALLY INCREASING ACROSS STATE. TEMPERATURES WILL STILL
MANAGE TO CLIMB INTO MID 70S TO LOWER 80S.

SLIGHT RAIN CHANCES WILL RETURN TO AREAS NEAR THE OKLAHOMA BORDER
LATE THIS EVENING. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL BECOME MORE
WIDESPREAD OVERNIGHT AND THROUGH MONDAY AS A SLOW MOVING COLD FRONT
ENTERS THE STATE.

LOWS TONIGHT WILL BE MILD...GENERALLY IN THE UPPER 50S...AND HIGHS
ON MONDAY SHOULD BE LIMITED TO THE 70S THANKS TO THE RAIN AND CLOUD
COVER. THE FRONT AND ASSOCIATED RAINFALL WILL NOT PUSH OUT OF THE
STATE UNTIL TUESDAY MORNING...LINGERING THE LONGEST IN SOUTHEAST
ARKANSAS.

NO DRASTIC TEMPERATURE DROP WILL BE SEEN BEHIND THE FRONT. DRY
WEATHER WILL RETURN TO MUCH OF THE STATE BY TUESDAY AFTERNOON...AND
STATEWIDE WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. TEMPERATURES ON TUESDAY WILL
MAINLY BE IN THE 70S...WITH TEMPERATURES ON WEDNESDAY BACK IN THE
UPPER 70S AND SOME LOW 80S.

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