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Eastern Oklahoma/Northwest Arkansas Weather Summary
National Weather Service Tulsa OK
835 PM CST Wed Dec 7 2016

Cloudy skies persisted into the evening hours across eastern
Oklahoma and western Arkansas. Most of the light snow flurries
had dissipated, however light drizzle persisted across portions
of western Arkansas. High temperatures this afternoon were
colder, only reaching middle 30s, to the middle 40s. At 8pm,
winds were out of the north, between 5 and 10 miles per hour,
gusting to 20 miles per hour. Temperatures ranged from 28 degrees
in Bartlesville, to 37 degrees in McAlester.

Cloudy skies with isolated areas of snow flurries and freezing
drizzle will remain possible tonight. Little to no snow or ice
accumulation is expected. Otherwise, very cold and breezy
conditions will persist overnight, with wind chills dropping down
into the single digits early Thursday morning. High pressure will
build into the region tomorrow, clearing skies from north to
south. Temperatures will remain cold through the end of the week,
with a warm up expected for the weekend. The next chance for
precipitation will develop late Saturday or early Sunday.

Low temperatures tonight, will range from the middle teens across
northeast Oklahoma, to the upper 20s across southeast Oklahoma
and west central Arkansas.

High temperatures Thursday, will range from the lower 30s across
northeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas, to the upper 30s
across southeast Oklahoma.

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