Showers and thunderstorms will be more likely to occur across the Northern sections of the Four State Region in association with the approach and passage of an upper level disturbance and a trailing dry-line/cold front tonight and Monday with a surface low pressure system moving across Oklahoma into Northern Arkansas. This boundary will become nearly stationary over parts of the area Monday night and Tuesday providing added rainfall chances to the areas along and South of Interstate 20.
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