Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Tulsa, OK

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AWUS84 KTSA 281804

1200 PM CST SAT NOV 28 2015

Abundant moisture continued to stream into the region from the
southwest, riding over an arctic air mass in place across the
Central States. The result again across eastern Oklahoma and western
Arkansas, was persistent widespread steady rainfall overnight
through early morning. Low temperatures ranged from the lower 30s to
lower 40s. The wind was from the north northwest at 10 to 15 mph.

Late this morning, the rain had begun to abate from the southwest,
with rainfall rates having dropped to near zero across much of
southeast Oklahoma. Elsewhere through the forecast area, a steady
cold rain, was rapidly diminishing, as it advanced northeastward.
Temperatures hovered in the mid 30s to mid 40s. A 10 to 15 mph wind
from north northwest, persisted. Since midnight, the most
significant rainfall had occurred across parts of southeast Oklahoma
and in western Arkansas, where 1 to 2 inches had fallen. Across
northeast Oklahoma, generally between a tenth to three quarters of
an inch had occurred since midnight.

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