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AWUS84 KLZK 301615
RWSLZK
ARZ001>075-302125-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
1125 AM CDT THU OCT 30 2014

SKY CONDITIONS WERE MOSTLY CLEAR OVERNIGHT AND EARLY THIS MORNING
ACROSS THE NATURAL STATE. SOME PATCHY FOG WAS NOTED AND MORNING LOW
TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY IN THE UPPER 30S TO MID 40S...THOUGH A
FEW VALLEY LOCATIONS IN NORTHERN ARKANSAS FELL INTO THE MID 30S.

FOR TODAY AND TONIGHT...A COLD FRONT WILL GRADUALLY MOVE THROUGH
THE REGION...BUT DUE TO A LACK OF MOISTURE...ONLY SOME CLOUDS AND A
VERY LOW CHANCE OF RAIN WILL BE SEEN. HOWEVER...A STRONG CANADIAN
HIGH PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL FOLLOW THE FRONT ON FRIDAY...WITH GUSTY
NORTH TO NORTHWEST WINDS EXPECTED. LOWS TONIGHT WILL BE MAINLY IN
THE 40S. HIGHS ON FRIDAY WILL BE IN THE 50S AND 60S.

THE CANADIAN HIGH WILL MOVE OVERHEAD FRIDAY NIGHT. WINDS WILL
DIMINISH...AND THIS WILL ALLOW THE ATMOSPHERE TO COOL QUICKLY. BY
SATURDAY MORNING...A FREEZE IS LIKELY IN PARTS OF THE STATE AS
MORNING LOWS FALL INTO THE UPPER 20S TO LOWER 30S ACROSS THE
NORTHERN HALF OF THE STATE. A FROST WILL BE POSSIBLE ACROSS THE REST
OF THE STATE AS MID 30S WILL BE SEEN ALL THE WAY TO THE SOUTHERN
BORDER.

PARTS OF NORTHERN ARKANSAS ARE ALREADY INCLUDED IN EITHER A FREEZE
WATCH OR WARNING FOR FRIDAY NIGHT...WITH MORE AREAS LIKELY INCLUDED
LATER TODAY. A FROST ADVISORY MAY BE NEED FOR MUCH OF CENTRAL AND
SOUTHERN ARKANSAS AS WELL FOR FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY MORNING.

FOR THE COMING WEEK...CLOUDS WILL INCREASE MONDAY AND TUESDAY...WITH
THE CHANCE OF RAIN INCREASING.

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000
AWUS84 KLZK 301033
RWSLZK
ARZ001>075-301625-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
525 AM CDT THU OCT 30 2014

ACROSS ARKANSAS TODAY...SKIES WERE MAINLY CLEAR EARLY THIS MORNING
WITH TEMPERATURES IN THE 40S. SURFACE HIGH PRESSURE WILL REMAIN THE
MAIN WEATHER FEATURE OVER THE REGION...AND MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES ARE
EXPECTED WITH DRY CONDITIONS. AN UPPER LEVEL SYSTEM WILL MOVE
THROUGH THE REGION...AND ONLY BRING SOME CLOUDS AND SLIGHT CHANCE OF
LIGHT SHOWERS...ESPECIALLY OVER NORTHERN ARKANSAS. WINDS WILL COME
AROUND TO THE SOUTH AND HELP HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY INTO THE 70S
OVER MOST LOCATIONS.

LATER TODAY AND TONIGHT...A COLD FRONT WILL GRADUALLY MOVE THROUGH
THE REGION...BUT DUE TO A LACK OF MOISTURE...ONLY SOME CLOUDS AND A
VERY LOW CHANCE OF RAIN WILL BE SEEN. HOWEVER...A STRONG CANADIAN
HIGH PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL FOLLOW THE FRONT ON FRIDAY...WITH GUSTY
NORTH TO NORTHWEST WINDS EXPECTED. LOWS TONIGHT WILL BE MAINLY IN
THE 40S. HIGHS ON FRIDAY WILL BE IN THE 50S AND 60S.

THE CANADIAN HIGH WILL MOVE OVERHEAD FRIDAY NIGHT. WINDS WILL
DIMINISH...AND THIS WILL ALLOW THE ATMOSPHERE TO COOL QUICKLY. BY
SATURDAY MORNING...A FREEZE IS LIKELY IN PARTS OF THE STATE. A
FREEZE WATCH HAS BEEN POSTED FOR THE OZARK MOUNTAINS OF THE
NORTH...AND PORTIONS OF THE ARKANSAS RIVER VALLEY AND OUACHITA
MOUNTAINS OF THE WEST. TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO BE FROM THE
UPPER 20S TO MIDDLE 30S. FROST WILL ALSO BE SEEN OVER MANY LOCATIONS
OF THE STATE.

FOR THE COMING WEEK...CLOUDS WILL INCREASE MONDAY AND TUESDAY...WITH
THE CHANCE OF RAIN INCREASING.

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000
AWUS84 KLZK 300243
RWSLZK
ARZ001>075-301025-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
925 PM CDT WED OCT 29 2014

IT WAS MOSTLY SUNNY ON WEDNESDAY ACROSS ARKANSAS. HIGH TEMPERATURES
WERE IN THE UPPER 60S TO MID 70S...AND RANGED FROM 67 DEGREES AT
FAYETTEVILLE AND MOUNTAIN HOME TO 74 DEGREES AT DE QUEEN AND
TEXARKANA.

ON THE WEDNESDAY EVENING WEATHER MAP...HIGH PRESSURE WAS OVER THE
REGION...AND WAS BRINGING DRY AND SEASONAL AIR TO THE STATE.
MEANWHILE...A COLD FRONT WAS IN THE NORTHERN PLAINS. THE FRONT WILL
HEAD QUICKLY TO THE SOUTH...AND WILL ARRIVE LOCALLY ON THURSDAY.

THE FRONT WILL HARDLY BE NOTICED. NOT A LOT OF CLOUDS WILL ACCOMPANY
THE FRONT...AND THERE WILL BE NO RAIN. HOWEVER...STRONG CANADIAN
HIGH PRESSURE WILL FOLLOW THE FRONT ON FRIDAY...WITH GUSTY NORTH TO
NORTHWEST WINDS EXPECTED.

THE CANADIAN HIGH WILL MOVE OVERHEAD FRIDAY NIGHT. WINDS
WILL DIMINISH...AND THIS WILL ALLOW THE ATMOSPHERE TO COOL QUICKLY.
BY SATURDAY MORNING...A FREEZE IS LIKELY IN PARTS OF THE STATE. A
FREEZE WATCH HAS BEEN POSTED FOR THE OZARK MOUNTAINS OF THE
NORTH...AND PORTIONS OF THE ARKANSAS RIVER VALLEY AND OUACHITA
MOUNTAINS OF THE WEST.

BEFORE THE EXPECTED FREEZE OCCURS...LOW TEMPERATURES TONIGHT WILL BE
IN THE 40S. HIGHS ON THURSDAY WILL BE IN THE UPPER 60S TO MID 70S.
LOWS THURSDAY NIGHT WILL BE IN THE 40S TO AROUND 50 DEGREES...WITH
HIGHS FRIDAY IN THE 50S AND 60S.

LOOKING AHEAD...IT WILL BE DRY THIS WEEKEND WITH BELOW NORMAL
TEMPERATURES NOTED. CLOUDS WILL INCREASE MONDAY AND TUESDAY...AND
RAIN WILL BECOME LIKELY.

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000
AWUS84 KLZK 292152
RWSLZK
ARZ001>075-300225-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
425 PM CDT WED OCT 29 2014

SUNNY SKIES PREVAILED ACROSS THE NATURAL STATE TODAY.  TEMPERATURES
WERE MUCH COOLER AS A SURFACE HIGH PRESSURE BUILT INTO THE REGION.
HIGHS THIS AFTERNOON RANGED FROM THE MID 60S ACROSS PORTIONS OF
NORTHWEST ARKANSAS...TO THE UPPER 60S TO LOWER 70S IN THE CENTRAL
AND SOUTHERN SECTIONS.  WINDS WERE GENERALLY NORTH AT ABOUT 5 TO
10 MPH. TONIGHT...A MOSTLY CLEAR AND COOL NIGHT IS EXPECTED...WITH
LOWS MOSTLY IN THE 40S.

DRIER AND COOLER CONDITIONS WILL BE EXPECTED THROUGH THE END OF THE
WORK WEEK.  HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL BE IN THE MID 60S TO MID
70S...WITH LOWS IN THE 40S.  HOWEVER...A FEW LOCATIONS IN THE
NORTHWEST COULD DIP INTO THE UPPER 30S.

FOR THE UPCOMING WEEKEND...A LARGE AND COLD CANADIAN HIGH PRESSURE
SYSTEM WILL SLIDE SOUTH THROUGH THE PLAINS AND SETTLE INTO THE
REGION.  BY SATURDAY MORNING...TEMPERATURES WILL LIKELY FALL BELOW
FREEZING ACROSS MUCH OF NORTHERN ARKANSAS...WITH A FREEZE WATCH IN
EFFECT. FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN AREAS...FROST IS POSSIBLE WITH LOWS
IN THE LOWER TO MID 30S

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000
AWUS84 KLZK 291619
RWSLZK
ARZ001>075-292125-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
1125 AM CDT WED OCT 29 2014

A FEW SHOWERS COULD STILL BE FOUND ACROSS FAR SOUTHEASTERN ARKANSAS
EARLY THIS MORNING...BUT ACROSS THE REST OF THE STATE MOSTLY CLEAR
SKY CONDITIONS AND PATCHY FOG WERE OBSERVED. THE FRONT HAD MOVED
WELL TO THE SOUTH OF THE STATE AND MORNING LOW TEMPERATURES WERE IN
THE UPPER 30S TO MID 50S.

TODAY...CLEAR SKY CONDITIONS WILL BE SEEN ALONG WITH MUCH COOLER
TEMPERATURES AS SURFACE HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS IN OVER THE REGION.
WINDS WILL GENERALLY BE OUT OF THE NORTH AT ABOUT 5 TO 10 MPH. HIGHS
TODAY WILL BE FROM THE MIDDLE 60S TO LOWER 70S. TONIGHT...A MOSTLY
CLEAR AND COOL NIGHT IS EXPECTED...WITH LOWS MOSTLY IN THE 40S.

DRIER AND COOLER CONDITIONS WILL BE EXPECTED THROUGH THE END OF THE
WORK WEEK. HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL BE IN THE MID 60S TO MID
70S...WITH LOWS IN THE 40S. HOWEVER...A FEW LOCATIONS IN THE
NORTHWEST COULD DIP DOWN INTO THE UPPER 30S.

BY THIS COMING WEEKEND...A LARGE AND COLD CANADIAN HIGH PRESSURE
SYSTEM WILL SLIDE SOUTH THROUGH THE PLAINS AND SETTLE INTO THE
REGION. BY SATURDAY MORNING...TEMPERATURES WILL FALL TO NEAR THE
FREEZING MARK ACROSS MUCH OF NORTHERN ARKANSAS. ACROSS CENTRAL AND
SOUTHERN AREAS... LOWS WILL BE IN THE MID 30S. IT IS POSSIBLE THAT
THE FIRST FROST AND FIRST FREEZE OF THE SEASON WILL OCCUR ON
SATURDAY MORNING ACROSS MUCH OF THE STATE.

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000
AWUS84 KLZK 291027
RWSLZK
ARZ001>075-291625-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
525 AM CDT WED OCT 29 2014

ACROSS ARKANSAS...THE COLD FRONT IS PUSHING OUT OF THE STATE EARLY
THIS MORNING...AND TAKING MUCH OF THE RAIN WITH IT. CLOUDS WERE
THINNING BEHIND THE FRONT...AS WELL AS COOLER AIR FILTERING IN OVER
THE REGION. EARLY MORNING TEMPERATURES WERE FROM THE UPPER 30S TO
MID 40S OVER NORTHERN AREAS...WHILE THE UPPER 40S TO UPPER 50S
ACROSS CENTRAL TO SOUTHERN ARKANSAS.

TODAY...SKIES WILL START OR BECOME PARTLY TO MOSTLY SUNNY WITH
COOLER TEMPERATURES. SURFACE HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD IN OVER THE
REGION AND BRING THE COOLER AND DRY WEATHER. WINDS WILL BE ELEVATED
TODAY FROM THE NORTHWEST TO NORTH AT 5 TO 15 MILE PER HOUR. HIGHS
TODAY WILL BE FROM THE MIDDLE 60S TO LOWER 70S. TONIGHT...A MOSTLY
CLEAR AND COOL NIGHT IS EXPECTED...WITH LOWS MOSTLY IN THE 40S.

DRIER AND COOLER CONDITIONS WILL BE EXPECTED THROUGH THE END OF THE
WORK WEEK. HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL BE IN THE MID 60S TO MID
70S...WHILE LOWS IN THE 40S. HOWEVER...A FEW LOCATIONS IN THE
NORTHWEST COULD DIP DOWN INTO THE UPPER 30S.

BY THIS COMING WEEKEND...A LARGE AND COLD CANADIAN HIGH PRESSURE
SYSTEM WILL SLIDE SOUTH THROUGH THE PLAINS AND SETTLE INTO THE
REGION. BY SATURDAY MORNING...TEMPERATURES WILL FALL TO WELL BELOW
NORMAL VALUES...WITH MORNING LOWS NEAR THE FREEZING MARK ACROSS THE
NORTHERN THIRD OF THE STATE. ACROSS CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN AREAS...
LOWS WILL BE IN THE MID AND UPPER 30S TO LOWER 40S. IT IS POSSIBLE
THAT THE FIRST FROST...OR EVEN FREEZE...OF THE SEASON WILL OCCUR ON
SATURDAY MORNING ACROSS THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE STATE.

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000
AWUS84 KLZK 282140
RWSLZK
ARZ001>075-290225-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
425 PM CDT TUE OCT 28 2014

A SLOW MOVING COLD FRONT BROUGHT SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS
TO THE STATE TODAY. BY THE MID AFTERNOON HOURS...WITH FRONT HAD
MOVED THROUGH CENTRAL ARKANSAS...WITH THE BULK OF THE PRECIPITATION
OVER AREAS OF THE SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST. RAINFALL AMOUNTS HAVE
GENERALLY BEEN LESS THEN HALF AN INCH...WITH SOME ISOLATED HIGHER
AMOUNTS NEAR AN INCH.

AS FAR AS TEMPERATURES TODAY...MOST CENTRAL LOCATIONS HAD HIGHS
EARLY IN THE DAY BEFORE THE FRONT CAME THROUGH...WITH READINGS IN
THE UPPER 60S. HIGHS WERE IN THE 70S ACROSS SOUTHERN ARKANSAS AHEAD
OF THE FRONT. MEANWHILE...CLOUDS BEGAN TO CLEAR ACROSS THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF THE STATE THIS AFTERNOON...WITH TEMPERATURES REBOUNDING
BACK INTO THE MID 60S TO NEAR 70S DEGREE.

THE RAIN WILL CONTINUE ACROSS SOUTHERN AREAS OVERNIGHT BEFORE THE
FRONT EXITS THE STATE ON WEDNESDAY. LOWS TEMPERATURES WILL BE
COOLER...RANGING IN THE LOWER 40S NORTHWEST TO MID 50S SOUTHEAST.

DRIER AND COOLER CONDITIONS WILL BE EXPECTED THROUGH THE END OF THE
WORK WEEK. HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL BE IN THE MID 60S TO MID
70S...WITH LOWS IN THE 40S. HOWEVER...A FEW LOCATIONS IN THE
NORTHWEST COULD DIP DOWN INTO THE UPPER 30S.

BY THIS COMING WEEKEND...A LARGE AREA OF CANADIAN HIGH PRESSURE WILL
SLIDE SOUTH THROUGH THE PLAINS AND SETTLE INTO THE REGION. BY
SATURDAY MORNING...TEMPERATURES WILL FALL TO BELOW NORMAL
VALUES...WITH MORNING LOWS NEAR THE FREEZING MARK ACROSS THE
NORTHERN THIRD OF THE STATE. ACROSS CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN
AREAS...LOWS WILL BE IN THE MID AND UPPER 30S TO LOWER 40S. IT IS
POSSIBLE THAT THE FIRST FROST...OR EVEN FREEZE...OF THE SEASON WILL
OCCUR ON SATURDAY MORNING ACROSS THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE STATE.

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000
AWUS84 KLZK 281627
RWSLZK
ARZ001>075-282125-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
1125 AM CDT TUE OCT 28 2014

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS MOVED INTO NORTHWEST PARTS OF THE STATE
DURING THE OVERNIGHT AND EARLY MORNING HOURS AS A COLD FRONT WAS
APPROACHING FROM THE WEST. CLOUDS WERE WIDESPREAD AND MORNING LOW
TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE MID 50S TO UPPER 60S.

AS THE MORNING PROGRESSED...THE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS SLOWLY
MOVED TO THE EAST. AS OF LATE MORNING THE WESTERN HALF OF THE STATE
WAS DRY WHILE SHOWERS AND STORMS WERE STILL LOCATED ACROSS EASTERN
AREAS. SOME SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY MAY PERSIST ACROSS
EASTERN AREAS THROUGH LATER THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING. THE COLD
FRONT WAS MAKING ITS WAY THROUGH THE STATE AND SHOULD BE THROUGH
ARKANSAS BY MIDNIGHT TONIGHT. HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL ONLY BE
IN THE MID 60S TO LOWER 70S...WITH MANY LOCATIONS SEEING
THEIR HIGH TEMPERATURE EARLIER IN THE DAY.

AS THE FRONT PASSES THROUGH AND RAIN CHANCES DIMINISH...LOWS TONIGHT
WILL BE COOLER...IN THE LOWER 40S NORTHWEST TO MID 50S SOUTHEAST. IT
WILL BE DRIER AND FEWER CLOUDS WILL BE OBSERVED ON WEDNESDAY. HIGH
TEMPERATURES WILL BE IN THE MID 60S TO MID 70S.

BY THIS COMING WEEKEND...A LARGE AREA OF CANADIAN HIGH PRESSURE WILL
SLIDE SOUTH THROUGH THE PLAINS AND SETTLE INTO THE REGION.
TEMPERATURES WILL FALL TO BELOW NORMAL VALUES...WITH A POSSIBILITY
FOR THE FIRST FROST OF THE SEASON SATURDAY MORNING ACROSS THE
NORTHERN HALF OF THE STATE.

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000
AWUS84 KLZK 281028
RWSLZK
ARZ001>075-281625-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
525 AM CDT TUE OCT 28 2014

A COLD FRONT MOVED INTO NORTHWEST ARKANSAS OVERNIGHT AND BROUGHT
CLOUDS AND THUNDERSTORMS WITH IT. CLOUDS HAVE OVERSPREAD THE ENTIRE
STATE WHILE THE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ARE OVER THE NORTHWEST
HALF OF THE AREA. TEMPERATURES REMAINED WARM AHEAD OF THE FRONT AND
EARLY THIS MORNING RANGED FROM THE UPPER 50S IN THE NORTHWEST TO THE
UPPER 60S CENTRAL AND SOUTH.

THE COLD FRONT WILL CONTINUE TO PUSH SOUTHEAST TODAY. THIS WILL
SPREAD THE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS THE AREA. SEVERE WEATHER
IS NOT LIKELY TODAY BUT A FEW STORMS COULD PRODUCE SOME STRONG GUSTY
WINDS. RAINFALL AMOUNTS WILL GENERALLY BE LIGHT ACROSS THE NORTHERN
HALF OF THE STATE...AROUND A QUARTER OF AN INCH OR LESS. ACROSS
SOUTHERN AREAS...RAINFALL AMOUNTS COULD BE NEAR AN INCH OR SO. HIGH
TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL BE IN THE UPPER 60S TO UPPER 70S.

SHOWERS WILL END IN SOUTHEAST ARKANSAS WEDNESDAY MORNING AS THE
FRONT WILL BE SLOW TO GO THROUGH THAT PART OF THE STATE. LOWS
TONIGHT WILL BE COOLER...IN THE UPPER 30S NORTHWEST TO MID 50S
SOUTHEAST. HIGHS WEDNESDAY WILL BE IN THE MID 60S TO MID 70S.

BY THIS COMING WEEKEND...A LARGE AREA OF CANADIAN HIGH PRESSURE WILL
SLIDE SOUTH THROUGH THE PLAINS AND SETTLE INTO THE REGION.
TEMPERATURES WILL FALL TO BELOW NORMAL VALUES...WITH A POSSIBILITY
FOR THE FIRST FROST OF THE SEASON.

$$




















000
AWUS84 KLZK 280227
RWSLZK
ARZ001>075-281025-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
925 PM CDT MON OCT 27 2014

IT WAS ANOTHER UNUSUALLY WARM LATE OCTOBER DAY ACROSS THE REGION ON
MONDAY AS GUSTY SOUTH WINDS CONTINUED TO USHER WARM AIR INTO THE
STATE. HIGH TEMPERATURES WERE ONCE AGAIN WELL ABOVE NORMAL...WITH
READINGS IN THE UPPER 70S TO MID 80S. MEANWHILE...CLOUDS INCREASED
ACROSS THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE STATE ON MONDAY AFTERNOON AHEAD OF
AN APPROACHING COLD FRONT.

THE COLD FRONT WILL ENTER NORTHWEST ARKANSAS DURING THE EARLY
OVERNIGHT HOURS ON TUESDAY. EXPECT SHOWERS AND ISOLATED
THUNDERSTORMS TO DEVELOP ALONG THE FRONT AS IT PROGRESSES
SOUTHEASTWARD THROUGH THE DAY ON TUESDAY. THE SHOWER AND
THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY WILL TAPER OFF FROM NORTHWEST TO SOUTHEAST
TUESDAY NIGHT...AS THE FRONT MOVES SLOWLY SOUTHWARD THROUGH THE
STATE BEFORE EXITING EARLY ON WEDNESDAY. SHOWERS WILL END ON
WEDNESDAY IN SOUTHEAST SECTIONS. RAINFALL AMOUNTS WILL GENERALLY BE
LIGHT ACROSS THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE STATE...AROUND A QUARTER OF AN
INCH OR LESS. ACROSS SOUTHERN AREAS...RAINFALL AMOUNTS COULD BE NEAR
AN INCH OR SO.

COOLER AND DRIER CONDITIONS WILL RETURN FOR THE LATTER HALF OF THE
WORK WEEK...WITH TEMPERATURES BACK TO NEAR NORMAL.  HOWEVER...BY
THIS COMING WEEKEND...A LARGE AREA OF CANADIAN HIGH PRESSURE WILL
SLIDE SOUTH THROUGH THE PLAINS AND SETTLE INTO THE REGION.
TEMPERATURES WILL FALL TO BELOW NORMAL VALUES...WITH A POSSIBILITY
FOR THE FIRST FROST OF THE SEASON.

$$

















000
AWUS84 KLZK 272129
RWSLZK
ARZ001>075-280225-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR ARKANSAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
425 PM CDT MON OCT 27 2014

CLOUDS INCREASED ACROSS THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE STATE THIS
AFTERNOON AHEAD OF AN APPROACHING COLD FRONT. MEANWHILE...GUSTY
SOUTHWEST WINDS CONTINUED TO USHER WARM AIR INTO THE REGION. HIGH
TEMPERATURES WERE ONCE AGAIN WELL ABOVE NORMAL...WITH READINGS IN
THE UPPER 70S TO MID 80S.

THE COLD FRONT WILL ENTER NORTHWEST ARKANSAS AFTER MIDNIGHT
TONIGHT...AND BRING AN INCREASING CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS...WHICH WILL PROGRESS SOUTHEASTWARD THROUGH THE DAY ON
TUESDAY.  THE SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY WILL TAPER OFF FROM
NORTHWEST TO SOUTHEAST TUESDAY NIGHT...AS THE FRONT MOVES SLOWLY
SOUTHWARD THROUGH THE STATE BEFORE EXITING EARLY ON WEDNESDAY.
SHOWERS WILL END ON WEDNESDAY IN SOUTHEAST SECTIONS.

COOLER AND DRIER CONDITIONS WILL RETURN FOR THE LATTER HALF OF THE
WORK WEEK...WITH TEMPERATURES BACK TO NEAR NORMAL.  HOWEVER...BY
THIS COMING WEEKEND...A LARGE AREA OF CANADIAN HIGH PRESSURE WILL
SLIDE SOUTH THROUGH THE PLAINS AND SETTLE INTO THE REGION.
TEMPERATURES WILL FALL TO BELOW NORMAL VALUES...WITH A POSSIBILITY
FOR THE FIRST FROST OF THE SEASON.

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