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Last Map Update: Sun, Oct. 22, 2017 at 3:22:42 am CDT

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An enhanced severe weather potential is forecast across much of the region tonight. A line of storms across central and portions of northeast Oklahoma will begin to surge southeast across eastern Oklahoma and eventually into western Arkansas early Sunday morning. The main threat will be damaging winds to near 70 mph. A few reports of large hail are possible early on. A limited tornado potential will remain possible with the threat of quick spin ups along the leading line of the east southeast moving squall line. Behind the front, decreasing thunderstorm potential is forecast with rain showers remaining possible into the morning hours Sunday.
Widespread heavy rainfall amounts in the 1 to 2 inch range with locally higher amounts around 3 inches and greater are forecast across Eastern Oklahoma and Northwest Arkansas with the storms through tonight. Localized flash flooding could become possible along with the potential for some river flooding across the region.
.Tonight...Clear. Lows 38 to 50.
.Mon...Sunny. Highs 70 to 80.
.Mon-Night...Clear. Lows 41 to 54.
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