Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS84 KTSA 230207

Eastern Oklahoma/Northwest Arkansas Weather Summary
National Weather Service Tulsa OK
907 PM CDT Sun Oct 22 2017

Low and mid level clouds persisted over much of northwest Arkansas
this afternoon, in the wake of the overnight cold front which
brought cooler and drier air back to the region, along with some
much needed rainfall. Meanwhile, skies were sunny through the day
over eastern Oklahoma. Brisk northerly winds were common across
all of the area, adding a bit of a chill to the newly arrived
cooler and drier air. High temperatures for the area today ranged
from the lower 60s to upper 70s.

At mid evening, a few mid level clouds were still observed over
portions of far northwest Arkansas, otherwise mostly clear
conditions prevailed over the area. Surface high pressure was
nearly centered over the region, resulting in light and variable
to calm winds. Temperatures at mid evening had fallen into the mid
40s to mid 50s.

Clear skies and light winds are expected for the area through the
overnight, with morning lows on Monday to range from the upper 30s
to mid 40s. Sunny skies will prevail through the day Monday,
with southwest winds early in the day, giving way to gusty west to
northwest winds during the afternoon as a secondary cold front
moves through the region. High temperatures tomorrow will vary
from the lower to upper 70s.

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