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AWUS84 KTSA 241339

Eastern Oklahoma/Northwest Arkansas Weather Summary
National Weather Service Tulsa OK
839 AM CDT Sat Mar 24 2018

Mostly cloudy conditions were common over eastern Oklahoma and
northwest Arkansas for much of the overnight period. Skies did
begin to gradually clear over parts of the area early this
morning, in advance of a cold front approaching from the west.
Breezy south winds continued through the night, which resulted in
much warmer temperatures across the area this morning. Readings
from around the area at sunrise ranged from the lower 50s to mid

At mid morning, the skies over eastern Oklahoma and northwest
Arkansas varied from partly to mostly cloudy. The cold front was
located from the northeast corner of Oklahoma, and extended into
southwest Oklahoma. No precipitation was occurring with this
boundary, only a wind shift to identify this feature, and
noticeably drier air in it`s wake. Temperatures ahead of the
boundary ranged from the lower to mid 60s, while lower to mid 50s
were observed behind the front.

The front is expected to continue to push steadily through the
area, with gradually clearing skies expected with the passing
boundary. West to northwest winds will become established behind
the front, with speeds ranging from 10 to 15 mph. High
temperatures around the area today will range from the lower 70s
to near 80 degrees. Partly cloudy skies are outlooked for the area
overnight tonight, with morning lows on Sunday to vary from the
mid 30s to mid 50s.

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