Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Tulsa, OK

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AWUS84 KTSA 280249

849 PM CST FRI NOV 27 2015

The region continued to be impacted by a strong upper level storm
system this afternoon, maintaining overcast skies and widespread
rains over eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas. High
temperatures today ranged from the mid 30s to upper 60s. The mid
and upper 60s observed across southeast Oklahoma actually occurred
during the morning, as temperatures fell through the day in the
wake of the passing cold front.

Widespread rains and overcast skies were still common across the
area at mid evening. The heavier rains had shifted further south,
across southeast Oklahoma, with light rain falling elsewhere.
Temperatures this evening ranged from the upper 20s to lower 40s,
with gusty north winds common at all locations.

Little change from the current conditions is expected for the
overnight, as widespread rains will continue. A new wave of
precipitation was underway across west Texas and southwest
Oklahoma, and poised to make a run toward eastern Oklahoma and
northwest Arkansas during the overnight into Saturday morning.
There will remain the potential for heavy rainfall, especially for
southeast and east-central Oklahoma, as well as northwest
Arkansas. Low temperatures tomorrow will range from the upper 20s
to lower 40s, with daytime highs Saturday to only warm into the
mid 30s to mid 40s.

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