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Hazardous Weather Outlook

Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Tulsa OK
1258 PM CST Sat Feb 22 2020

Adair OK-Benton AR-Carroll AR-Cherokee OK-Choctaw OK-Craig OK-
Crawford AR-Creek OK-Delaware OK-Franklin AR-Haskell OK-Latimer OK-
Le Flore OK-Madison AR-Mayes OK-McIntosh OK-Muskogee OK-Nowata OK-
Okfuskee OK-Okmulgee OK-Osage OK-Ottawa OK-Pawnee OK-Pittsburg OK-
Pushmataha OK-Rogers OK-Sebastian AR-Sequoyah OK-Tulsa OK-Wagoner OK-
Washington OK-Washington AR-
1258 PM CST Sat Feb 22 2020

This Outlook is for Northwest and West Central Arkansas as well as
much of Eastern Oklahoma.

.DAY ONE...This afternoon and Tonight.

AREA...Northeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas.


A limited fire weather danger will continue this afternoon across
northeast Oklahoma and portions of northwest Arkansas. Gusty south
winds at 15 to 25 mph will persist with minimum afternoon relative
humidity values dropping into the 35 to 40 percent range. Fire
weather conditions will improve this evening.

The potential for showers will increase late Tonight across
northeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas with the approach
of the next storm system.

Spotter Activation Not Expected.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Sunday through Friday.
SUNDAY...Thunderstorm Potential...Heavy Rain Potential.
MONDAY...No Hazards.
TUESDAY...Winter Weather Potential.
WEDNESDAY...High Wind Potential.
THURSDAY and FRIDAY...No Hazards.


Showers are expected to become widespread on Sunday into Sunday
night as a storm system moves out of the Rockies and across the
Southern Plains. The potential for isolated thunderstorms will
increase Sunday night as elevated instability becomes more
favorable. The shower activity will end Monday as the storm system
exits to the east. Rainfall amounts for this event are expected to
be heaviest across northeast Oklahoma with amounts in the one-half
to one inch range.

More rain is expected Tuesday into Tuesday night as the next storm
system swings down from the northwest and across the region. The
rain could transition to light snow across portions of northeast
Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas before ending Tuesday night into
Wednesday morning. Any impacts from the light snow are expected to
be minimal. contains additional information.


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