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Eastern Oklahoma/Northwest Arkansas Weather Summary
National Weather Service Tulsa OK
852 AM CDT SAT OCT 1 2016

Early fall like weather continues across the southern plains as October
is now underway. High clouds had moved across the area during the
overnight period. However...light winds and dry air in place allowed
temperatures to fall into the middle and upper 40s across much far
eastern Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas. Elsewhere...Upper 40s
and lower 50s were the rule. No rainfall was reported throughout
the region and winds remained light with surface high pressure in
place.

As of mid morning...thicker high clouds blanketed just about all
of eastern Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas. Temperatures in the
lower to middle 50s were common across northeast OKlahoma and
northwest Arkansas...with middle to upper 50s observed across
southeast Oklahoma and west central Arkansas. Winds were calm or
light from the east areawide.


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