Regional Weather Summary
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Eastern Oklahoma/Northwest Arkansas Weather Summary
National Weather Service Tulsa OK
854 PM CST Sun Dec 4 2016

Mostly clear skies persisted into the evening hours across
eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas, as only upper level cirrus
spread across the area. High temperatures this afternoon reached
into the middle 40s, to the middle 50s. At 8pm, winds were light
and variable. Temperatures ranged from 32 degrees in
Bartlesville, to 43 degrees in Tulsa.

With mainly clear skies and light winds, areas of fog will likely
develop overnight and into the early morning hours Monday. With
temperatures dropping near or slightly below freezing across
northeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas, freezing fog will be
possible. Watch for ice accumulation of elevated surfaces and
bridges and overpasses. The fog should dissipate by mid morning,
leaving a mostly cloudy day with season temperatures. Chances for
rain will increase Monday afternoon, starting across southeast
Oklahoma, and then spreading northward Monday night. Precipitation
amounts will be light, with the highest rainfall forecasted across
far eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas, where between a
quarter to a half inch is expected.

Low temperatures tonight, will range from the middle 20s across
northeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas, to the upper 30s
across far southeast Oklahoma.

High temperatures Monday, will range from the upper 40s across
northwest Arkansas into southeast Oklahoma, to the middle 50s
across northeast and east central Oklahoma.


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