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Eastern Oklahoma/Northwest Arkansas Weather Summary
National Weather Service Tulsa OK
841 AM CST Wed Jan 18 2017

The skies over eastern Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas were mostly
cloudy for the majority of the overnight period. Patchy dense fog
had developed across portions of the area by early morning, with
visibilities at times reduced to less than one half a mile in some
areas. A few light rain showers were also observed this morning,
as activity across Texas lifted north of the Red River and into
the area. Low temperatures around the area this morning ranged
from the mid 20s to mid 40s.

At mid morning, mostly cloudy conditions persisted across area
skies, with patchy fog ongoing. A few light rain showers were also
ongoing across portions of far southeast Oklahoma and west-central
Arkansas. Mid morning temperatures had warmed into the upper 20s
to upper 40s, with light winds prevailing.

The outlook for the area through the afternoon calls for mostly
cloudy skies to continue. Light winds will give way to a southerly
breeze of around 10 mph for much of the area this afternoon. A
chance for rain showers will exist for far eastern Oklahoma and
northwest Arkansas this afternoon and evening. High temperatures
today are expected to warm into the upper 40s to mid 50s. Cloudy
conditions continue across area skies overnight, with the chance
for rain showers gradually shifting east through the night and
out of the area by morning on Thursday. Low temperatures tomorrow
will range from the lower to upper 40s.

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