Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Tulsa, OK

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AWUS84 KTSA 250159

759 PM CST TUE NOV 24 2015

Skies turned to mostly cloudy by early evening across eastern
Oklahoma and western Arkansas as clouds spread northward into the
area. High temperatures today were warm, reaching into the upper
50s, to the middle 60s. At 8pm, winds were out of the south,
between 10 and 20 miles per hour, gusting to 25 miles per hour.
Temperatures ranged from 51 degrees in Fayetteville, to 60 degrees
in McAlester.

Cloudy skies with a steady southerly breeze will persist tonight.
With the advection of warm moist air northward, there is a slight
chance of scattered areas of drizzle and fog developing overnight
and into the morning. Rain showers will develop early Thursday,
and persist through the weekend. Heavy rainfall is likely,
especially from Thursday evening through Friday evening. Rainfall
totals could reach between 4 and 6 inches by Sunday, with isolated
totals near 8 inches possible across the south. A strong cold
front will push into the area early Friday, significantly
dropping temperatures. There is a chance portions of northeast
and north central Oklahoma could see a light wintry mix of rain,
freezing rain, and sleet early Saturday morning. The bulk of the
precipitation will shift east of the region late Sunday.

Low temperatures tonight, will range from the the lower 40s
across northwest Arkansas, to the lower 50s across east central

High temperatures Wednesday, will range from the upper 50s across
northwest Arkansas, to the middle 60s across much of eastern


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