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Eastern Oklahoma/Northwest Arkansas Weather Summary
National Weather Service Tulsa OK
1027 AM CST Tue Jan 16 2018

Temperatures were bitterly cold overnight, with readings having
plummeted to around record levels across parts of the region by
sunrise this morning. Areawide lows of three degrees below zero
occurred at both Nowata and Miami in northeast Oklahoma. Readings of
zero degrees were reported at Bentonville and Highfill Arkansas,
with Fayetteville displaying a low of one degree above zero.

Winds from the north at 10 to 20 mph were ongoing across eastern
Oklahoma and Northwest Arkansas by mid morning. Combined with
temperatures from the single digits to mid teens, frigid wind chill
values of five to ten degrees below zero, persisted throughout
region. Surface high pressure maintained sunny skies.

Despite sunny conditions, Well below normal temperatures will
continue through the remainder of the day, as highs ranging from the
mid teens to lower 20s, are anticipated. Wind chill readings of zero
to minus 10 are expected.

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