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Eastern Oklahoma/Northwest Arkansas Weather Summary
National Weather Service Tulsa OK
919 PM CST Sun Jan 15 2017

The trend of cloudy and wet weather continued during the day
Sunday as abundant moisture contined to move into the southern
plains from Texas. High temperatures today showed a wide range as
a result of the warm air from the south moving northward. The
warmest readings were recorded at Fayetteville and Talihina where
the high was 62 degrees. The coolest high was 40 degrees at Copan
and Wynona. Most reporting locations saw some precipitation. Since
midnight, the highest rainfall reported was at Foraker with a
reading of 1.62 inches. Fog was common during the day with
visibilities reduced to less than one mile at a number of
locations.

Late this evening, rain and a few thunderstorms continued.
Readings were still in the 60s over parts of southeast Oklahoma,
while to the north along the Kansas and Oklahoma border, readings
were in the upper 30s. 9 PM readings across the Arkansas Ozarks
and Arkansas river valley were in the mid 40s to lower 50s. Winds
were from the northeast at 5 to 10 miles an hour.

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