Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Tulsa, OK

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AWUS84 KTSA 291826

1225 PM CST SUN NOV 29 2015

Persistent moisture streamed into the region from the southwest,
riding over an arctic air mass in place across the Central States.
The result again across eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas, was
continuous widespread rain overnight through early morning. Rainfall
amounts however, had overall been considerably less, as compared
with previous days. Latent heat present in the moisture fetch at the
mid levels, maintained liquid precipitation across the entire
region. Temperatures ranged from the lower 30s to lower 40s. The
wind was light from the north northwest.

By early afternoon, light rain continued to move northeast across
much of forecast area. Temperatures hovered in the mid 30s to mid
40s. A light breeze persisted from north northwest. Since midnight,
the most significant rainfall had occurred across parts of southeast
Oklahoma and in western Arkansas, where a quarter to half of an
inch, had fallen. Across northeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas,
generally between several hundredths and a tenth of an inch, had
occurred since midnight.

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