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Eastern Oklahoma/Northwest Arkansas Weather Summary
National Weather Service Tulsa OK
700 PM CDT Sun Jul 23 2017

Showers and thunderstorms developed near a frontal boundary, and
then shifted southward across much of the forecast area this
afternoon and evening. The showers and storms brought heavy
amounts of rain and some cooler temperatures to some locations.
High temperatures this afternoon reached into the upper 80s, to
the upper 90s. At 7pm, winds were light and variable. Temperatures
ranged from 73 degrees in Fayetteville, to 91 degrees in
Bartlesville.

Scattered showers and thunderstorms will persist across far
southeast Oklahoma during the early evening hours, but should
shift south into Texas and diminish with the loss of daytime
heating. The frontal boundary, and several outflow boundaries will
remain across the area, and could trigger additional showers and
thunderstorms during the day Monday, especially across southeast
Oklahoma and west central Arkansas. Otherwise, conditions will
remain hot and humid, with heat indices reaching into the lower
100s Monday afternoon.

Low temperatures tonight, will range from the middle 60s across
portions of northeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas, to the
middle 70s across portions of southeast Oklahoma and west central
Arkansas.

High temperatures Monday, will range from the upper 80s across
portions of northwest Arkansas and southeast Oklahoma, to the
upper 90s across much of northeast and east central Oklahoma.

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