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Letona, AR

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Sunrise 7:23AMSunset 6:17PM Thursday October 28, 2021 3:12 PM CDT (20:12 UTC) Moonrise 11:27PMMoonset 1:25PM Illumination 46% Phase: Third Quarter Moon; Moon at 23 days in cycle
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7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Letona, AR
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Area Discussion for - Little Rock, AR
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FXUS64 KLZK 281954 AFDLZK

Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Little Rock AR 254 PM CDT Thu Oct 28 2021

Short Term. Tonight thru Saturday . Upper level low over the AR/MO border region will be slowly moving to the east over the next 24 hours. Scattered wrap-around precipitation will continue across much of the area tonight and tomorrow, before lifting out of the area by tomorrow night.

Skies will also begin to clear overnight Friday, and Saturday looks to be quite a pleasant day. Overnight lows tonight and tomorrow will be generally in the 40's statewide, with highs tomorrow mainly in the 50's . warming to the 60's on Saturday.

Winds will remain gusty thru much of the overnight hours, and should relax a bit toward morning. Winds may remain a bit gusty tomorrow morning as well, but should relax by the afternoon hours.

Extended Term. Saturday Night thru Thursday Night . SATURDAY NIGHT: An area of 500mb ridging begins to spread over Arkansas. Accompanying this area of ridging will be clear skies and dry conditions for the Natural State.

SUNDAY: Ridging continues over the state with predominately clear skies which will allow efficient radiational cooling early Sunday morning to occur, therefore chilly low temperatures will begin in the lower 40's for the northern portion of the state and areas of higher elevation where a low temperature Sunday morning dropping into the upper 30's is not out of the question, elsewhere low temperatures will be in the mid 40's across middle and southern portions of Arkansas. Throughout the day, sunshine, clear skies, and dry conditions will allow temperatures to peak into the lower 70's from the I-40 corridor southward across the Natural State. In the northern regions of the CWA, high temperatures will manage to reach the middle and upper 60's.

MONDAY: A cold front begins to approach the northern expanse of the CWA and will be oriented parrallel to the Arkansas/Missouri border in an east/west fashion. Similar to Sunday, low temperatures will begin in the morning with clear skies after another night of efficient radiational cooling with temperatures falling into the lower 40's across northern portions of the CWA with mid to upper 40's elsewhere. As the frontal boundary begins to enter the northern fringe of the state so will an area of cloud cover that will keep high temperatures supressed into the upper 50's and lower 60's across northern Arkansas while locations south of the boundary, primarily south of I-40 will see high temperatures reach the middle 60's and upward of the lower 70's across far southern Arkansas.

TUESDAY: The front will become stationary and stall over the Natural State along the I-40 corridor as 500mb flow will be predominantly zonal and not allow much north or south progression of the boundary. Precipitation chances will increase across the entire CWA. Low temperatures will begin on Tuesday in the lower 40's across the northern part of the state while middle to upper 50's will prevail elsewhere across the CWA. The boundary will progress slowly southward throughout the day and stall across southern Arkansas. High temperatures will be in the lower 50's across the northern portions of the state. Across the I-40 corridor and locations into southern Arkansas, temperatures will reach into the lower and mid 60's.

WEDNESDAY: A surface low develops in the ARK-LA-TEX region near Texarkana with the stationary boundary remaining draped across the state. Rain chances remain high across the CWA during the day on Wednesday too as the boundary struggles to exit our CWA. Low temperatures begin on Wednesday in the upper 30's and lower 40's across northern Arkansas and fall into the mid 40's elsewhere. POPs will stay elevated with the boundary still remaining stalled across the state. High temperatures reach only into the lower to mid 50's across northern portions of Arkansas while expecting upper 50's to lower 60's in the southern portion of the state.

THURSDAY: The surface low quickly lifts northeast into the mid- Atlantic states while the cold front is ushered into the southeastern CONUS and away from the CWA by a deepening trough at 500mb with strong northwesterly flow at the mid-levels. The airmass behind the cold front will likely bring the coldest temperatures we have seen this Fall season. Low temperatures on Thursday morning will bottom out in the middle to upper 30's north of the I-40 corridor, low 40's across the I-40 corridor, and mid 40's in the southern portion of the state. Rain chances will be nill as the boundary has progressed well into the southeastern portions of the CONUS by Thursday. Expect clearing skies and high temperatures to be in the 50's across the entire state, low 50's in the northern sections of Arkansas while peaking only in the upper 50's across the southern sections of the Natural State.

PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS. Batesville AR 48 58 48 66 / 70 30 0 0 Camden AR 49 61 45 69 / 20 10 0 0 Harrison AR 44 51 42 61 / 80 50 0 0 Hot Springs AR 48 60 46 69 / 30 10 0 0 Little Rock AR 49 60 47 68 / 40 10 0 0 Monticello AR 49 60 48 68 / 40 20 0 0 Mount Ida AR 46 59 44 68 / 30 10 0 0 Mountain Home AR 45 54 45 63 / 80 40 0 0 Newport AR 49 58 49 65 / 70 30 0 0 Pine Bluff AR 49 61 48 68 / 40 20 0 0 Russellville AR 48 59 45 68 / 40 20 0 0 Searcy AR 47 59 46 67 / 60 20 0 0 Stuttgart AR 49 59 49 67 / 60 20 0 0

LZK Watches/Warnings/Advisories. Wind Advisory until 10 PM CDT this evening FOR Boone-Clark- Garland-Hot Spring-Johnson-Logan-Montgomery-Newton-Ouachita-Pike- Polk-Pope-Scott-Yell.



Short Term . 53 / Extended Term . 234


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Searcy Municipal Airport, AR14 mi17 minWNW 710.00 miLight Rain56°F53°F90%994.9 hPa

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