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Eastern Oklahoma/Northwest Arkansas Weather Summary
National Weather Service Tulsa OK
851 AM CST Sat Nov 18 2017

The skies over eastern Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas remained
mostly cloudy overnight, with gusty south winds also ongoing in
advance of an anticipated cold front dropping south through the
central Plains. The cloudy skies and gusty south winds resulted in
mild overnight low temperatures, with readings early this morning
prior to the arrival of the cold front mostly in the 60s and lower
70s.

At mid morning, skies remained cloudy with the cold front having
moved through most of eastern Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas. Any
associated precipitation with this boundary has thus far remained
to our north across Kansas. The gusty south winds in advance of
the front were quickly replaced by strong northerly winds which
have gusted into the 30 to at times 40 mph range this morning.
Temperatures have continued to slowly fall since the passage of
the cold front, with temperatures across the area at mid morning
ranging from the lower 50s to lower 70s.

Mostly cloudy skies will continue through the morning with a
gradual clearing trend expected to occur during the afternoon.
There will also be a chance for scattered rain showers through the
morning, which will diminish by afternoon. Temperatures will range
in the 50s and 60s through the afternoon with gusty north winds
persisting through the day. Skies will clear overnight with winds
diminishing to light and variable. Temperatures will be much
colder on Sunday, with lows tomorrow morning to vary from the
lower to mid 30s.

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