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EASTERN OKLAHOMA/NORTHWEST ARKANSAS WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK
847 AM CDT FRI AUG 29 2014

THE UPPER PATTERN THAT HAS HAD A PERSISTENT HOLD ON THE SOUTHERN
PLAINS FINALLY HAS WEAKENED. AN UPPER DISTURBANCE RESULTED IN SHOWER
AND THUNDERSTORM DEVELOPMENT LAST NIGHT ACROSS PARTS OF EASTERN
OKLAHOMA. AREAS THAT RECEIVED MEASURABLE RAINFALL SAW AMOUNTS
GENERALLY LESS THAN TWO TENTHS OF AN INCH. CLOUDS AND RAINFALL
RESULTED IN FAIRLY UNIFORM OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES...WITH UPPER
60S AND LOWER 70S NOTED ACROSS ALL OF THE REGION. WINDS OVERNIGHT
WERE GENERALLY LIGHT FROM THE SOUTH AT LESS THAN 10 MILES AN HOUR.

AS OF MID MORNING...RADAR INDICATED SCATTERED SHOWERS...AND ISOLATED
THUNDERSTORMS MAINLY ACROSS NORTHEAST OKLAHOMA. SKIES WERE PARTLY TO
MOSTLY CLOUDY OUTSIDE OF THE RAIN AREAS. TEMPERATURES WERE SLOW TO
WARM GIVEN THE CLOUD COVER IN PLACE...WITH LOWER TO MIDDLE 70S NOTED
IN THOSE AREAS. LOCATIONS ACROSS SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA THAT HAS SEEN
MORE SUN WERE BETWEEN 75 AND 80 DEGREES. WINDS CONTINUED TO BE LIGHT
FROM THE SOUTH AT 10 MILES AN HOUR OR LESS.

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