Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Tulsa, OK

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EASTERN OKLAHOMA/NORTHWEST ARKANSAS WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK
841 PM CST FRI FEB 12 2016

Surface high pressure prevailed across the region this afternoon,
with mostly sunny skies dominating over eastern Oklahoma and
northwest Arkansas. Brisk north to northeast winds were common
this afternoon as well. High temperatures by late afternoon had
peaked within the range of upper 40s to upper 60s.

Surface high pressure was continuing to build down from the north
at mid evening. Most of the area was experiencing a mostly clear
sky, however a band of mid level clouds were beginning to
overspread the far northern part of the area. Northeast winds were
ongoing across the area this evening, with wind speeds averaging 5
to 10 mph with occasional higher gusts at times, especially across
northeast Oklahoma. Mid evening temperatures varied from the upper
30s to upper 40s.

Partly cloudy conditions are outlooked for area skies through the
overnight, along with a northeast wind of around 10 mph. Morning
lows on Saturday will vary from the upper teens to lower 30s.
Mostly sunny skies will be the rule through the day tomorrow.
Surface winds will transition to an easterly wind by afternoon,
with wind speeds of 5 to 10 mph expected. Temperatures will be
cooler tomorrow, with highs only expected to warm into the lower
40s to lower 50s.

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