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Slow Moving Cold Front Moves into the Central U.S.

A slow moving cold front continues to move eastward across the U.S. this weekend. Behind the cold front is unseasonably cold weather and high elevation snows; ahead of the front, temperatures are more typical of mid-summer. The front separating these extremes will help focus heavy rain, with the potential for flash flooding extending from eastern New Mexico and western Texas to the Upper Midwest. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Sep. 24, 2017 at 3:48:38 am CDT

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Thunderstorm chances will increase Monday and continue through Wednesday as a strong, slow moving cold front pushes through eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas. Severe weather appears unlikely at this time and any significant rainfall will likely remain west of Highway 75. Behind the front, much cooler weather will settle over the region for the middle to latter part of next week.
.Tonight...Mostly clear. Lows 64 to 72.
.Mon...Partly sunny. Highs 80 to 92.
.Mon-Night...Mostly cloudy. Chance of showers and thunderstorms. Lows 62 to 71.
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