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Dardanelle, AR

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Sunrise 6:35AMSunset 7:55PM Wednesday August 21, 2019 6:40 AM CDT (11:40 UTC) Moonrise 10:25PMMoonset 11:02AM Illumination 67% Phase: Waning Gibbous; Moon at 21 days in cycle
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7 Day Forecast for Marine Location Near Dardanelle, AR
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Area Discussion for - Little Rock, AR
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national weather service little rock ar
330 am cdt Wed aug 21 2019

Short term Today through Thursday night
ridge of high pressure over the central southern plains is finally
going to relax around here and build a lot farther to the west.

Given this, changes are coming. However, it will be a slow process
in the near term.

Another hot and mostly dry day is in store. Heat index values in
most areas will MAX out between 100 and 110 degrees, with localized
higher indices. Have a heat advisory continuing for most areas
except the ozark mountains of the northwest.

Latest data is showing isolated thunderstorms popping up this
afternoon, with a more concentrated area of precipitation over
southern missouri. This is along ahead of a cold front which will be
inching its way to the south. Some of these storms will likely get
into northern arkansas by this evening before falling apart.

Patience starts paying off on Thursday as the front nears. There
will be better chances of thunderstorms across the northern half
of the state, and it will not be so hot. Precipitation will remain
isolated in the south, with borderline advisory heat. The heat in
the south will gradually decline in the extended period.

As far as rainfall, parts of the north could get an inch or two of
liquid through Thursday night. Some storms could be severe as well,
but nothing organized is expected. Strong to damaging winds will be
the main concern.

Long term Friday through Tuesday
by 12z Friday expect widespread high pressure in the area, with two
main areas of troughing... One across the pacific northwest and
another across the far northeast, with ridging between the two.

While the more exciting weather will be north of the state due to
the southern portions of the country being under a mostly quasi-
zonal regime, expect chances for rain each day as a quasi-stationary
frontal boundary remains draped across the lower mississippi valley
region. This, combined with peak heating each afternoon and embedded
pulses drifting through the state, will help spark daily summertime
showers and thunderstorms. While widespread severe is not expected
at this time, cannot rule out strong storms with hail and gusty
winds, especially towards the Sunday time frame when a shortwave
trough moves southeastward into the natural state.

Towards the end of the period, expect broad high pressure to once
again spread eastward over the state, but this should be short lived
as another cold front is on the horizon. Until then however, high
temperatures will range from the lower to mid 80s to lower 90s, and
lows should be in the upper 60s to lower 70s.

Preliminary point temps pops
Batesville ar 95 76 90 72 20 20 60 40
camden ar 97 75 93 74 20 10 40 20
harrison ar 93 72 86 70 30 40 60 50
hot springs ar 96 76 91 74 20 10 40 20
little rock ar 96 76 92 75 20 10 50 30
monticello ar 96 75 91 74 20 10 50 20
mount ida ar 95 74 91 72 20 10 40 20
mountain home ar 95 73 88 70 30 40 60 50
newport ar 94 75 89 72 20 10 60 40
pine bluff ar 96 74 91 74 20 10 50 20
russellville ar 97 76 92 74 20 10 50 30
searcy ar 95 74 91 73 20 10 50 40
stuttgart ar 95 75 91 74 20 10 50 30

Lzk watches warnings advisories
Heat advisory from noon today to 9 pm cdt this evening for
arkansas-baxter-bradley-calhoun-clark-cleburne-cleveland-conway-
dallas-desha-drew-faulkner-fulton-garland-grant-hot spring-
independence-izard-jackson-jefferson-johnson-lawrence-lincoln-
logan-lonoke-monroe-montgomery-ouachita-perry-pike-polk-pope-
prairie-pulaski-randolph-saline-scott-sharp-stone-van buren-
white-woodruff-yell.

Short term... 46 long term... Cross


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Russelville Municipal Airport, AR7 mi47 minN 010.00 miFair70°F66°F90%1015.2 hPa

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