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EASTERN OKLAHOMA/NORTHWEST ARKANSAS WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK
1130 AM CDT TUE APR 28 2015

A NARROW BAND OF MODERATE TO HEAVY RAIN PERSISTED FROM PARTS OF WEST
CENTRAL ARKANSAS THROUGH PORTIONS OF EAST CENTRAL OKLAHOMA AT AROUND
SUNRISE THIS MORNING. LOW TEMPERATURES RANGED PRIMARILY FROM THE
UPPER 40S TO LOWER 50S. THE WIND WAS LIGHT FROM THE NORTH.

BY LATER THIS MORNING, LOW PRESSURE DAWDLING NEAR THE RED RIVER IN
NORTHEAST TEXAS, CONTINUED TO GENERATE LIGHT SCATTERED SHOWERS
ACROSS PARTS OF WEST CENTRAL ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA.  THE
REMAINDER OF THE AREA WAS OVERCAST, THOUGH VOID OF PRECIPITATION AT
11:00 AM. TEMPERATURES PREDOMINANTLY IN THE 50S WERE PREVELANT.

SINCE MIDNIGHT, THE MOST SIGNIFICANT RAINFALL AMOUNTS HAD OCCURRED
ACROSS PARTS OF NORTHEAST AND EAST CENTRAL OKLAHOMA, INTO WEST
CENTRAL ARKANSAS. LOCATIONS IN A NARROW SWATH FROM OILTON, EASTWARD
TO GLENPOOL, TO TAHLEQUAH, TO FORT SMITH ARKANSAS, HAD RECEIVED
AMOUNTS RANGING FROM AROUND HALF AN INCH TO JUST OVER THREE QUARTERS
OF AN INCH.

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