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Eastern Oklahoma/Northwest Arkansas Weather Summary
National Weather Service Tulsa OK
847 AM CDT Tue Apr 25 2017

The skies over eastern Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas were clear
to partly cloudy through the overnight, with high pressure finally
shifting east, and low pressure becoming the dominate system in
control across the region. Breezy south winds were common through
the night across most of the area, which resulted in mild
temperatures this morning. Lows ranged from the upper 40s to lower
60s.

At mid morning, skies ranged from sunny to partly cloudy.
Southerly winds had been steadily increasing since sunrise, and
already gusting into the 20 to near 30 mph range across most of
eastern Oklahoma. Temperatures were warming quickly, with
readings at mid morning ranging from the lower 60s to near 70
degrees.

Partly cloudy skies are expected this afternoon, along with gusty
south winds, which at times today will gust into the 30 to 35 mph
range across much of the area. High temperatures late this
afternoon are projected to warm into the upper 70s to mid 80s.
Clouds will be on the increase this evening, along with the chance
for showers and thunderstorms as a cold front moves into the
region from the north. This system will present the possibility
of both severe thunderstorms this evening and overnight, as well
as locally heavy rainfall for portions of the area tonight and
during the day Wednesday.

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