Regional Weather Summary
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Eastern Oklahoma/Northwest Arkansas Weather Summary
National Weather Service Tulsa OK
900 PM CDT Mon May 29 2017

Skies were generally sunny over eastern Oklahoma and northwest
Arkansas this afternoon, with the exception of some thin high
level cirrus clouds which passed over the region. A few showers
and an isolated thunderstorm or two did develop during the late
afternoon along a weak cold front as it entered far northeast
Oklahoma. These showers and storms only managed to move just south
of the interstate 44 corridor before dissipating. Temperatures
this afternoon were slightly above the seasonal average, with
readings from the lower to upper 80s observed. Relative humidities
were low however, which made for a very comfortable day for
outdoor activities.

At mid evening, a mostly clear sky was common over the area. The
cold front remains north of the interstate 44 corridor this
evening, with no sign of additional convection along the boundary
for our area. Light winds were observed around the area, with
evening temperatures ranging from the mid 60s to upper 70s.

Mostly clear skies and light winds are expected to continue
through the overnight, with partly cloudy skies expected Tuesday
morning. Low temperatures tomorrow morning will vary from the mid
50s to lower 60s. There will be a slight chance for showers and
thunderstorms across the north tomorrow as well, with light winds
persisting. High temperatures on Tuesday will vary from the lower
80s to near 90 degrees.

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