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Eastern Oklahoma/Northwest Arkansas Weather Summary
National Weather Service Tulsa OK
904 PM CST Tue Jan 17 2017

Tuesday was a mix of sun and clouds across eastern Oklahoma and
northwest Arkansas. Afternoon highs ranged from the mid 50s across
the northwestern most portions of northeast Oklahoma, to around 40
degrees in parts of northwest Arkansas. Winds were light as
surface high pressure was situated over far northwest Arkansas.

Late this evening, skies were becoming mostly cloudy and patchy
rain was moving northward from Texas into Oklahoma. At 9 pm, light
rain was falling over portions of far southeast Oklahoma. Readings
ranged from the lower 30s where skies were still mostly fair, to
the mid 40s along the Red River. Winds remained light and variable
in direction at most locations.

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