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Eastern Oklahoma/Northwest Arkansas Weather Summary
National Weather Service Tulsa OK
956 AM CDT Wed Aug 23 2017

Overnight, a cold front stalled just south of the Red River. As a
result, cloudy skies and periods of rain persisted across
southeast Oklahoma and portions of west central Arkansas. The
greatest rainfall total occurred in Webbers Falls where 0.64
inches of rain fell during the overnight hours. Most other
locations saw less than one quarter of an inch. North of
Interstate 40, skies were partly cloudy. Overnight temperatures
ranged from the upper 50s in northern Osage county, to around 70
degrees elsewhere. Winds were from the north at 5 to 10 miles an
hour.

At mid morning, cloudy skies and patchy rain continued across
southeast Oklahoma. Skies were mostly sunny north of highway 412.
Temperatures were in the 70s area wide, and winds were from the
northeast at less than 10 miles an hour.






















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