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Strong Cold Front Moving Through Midwest Towards the East Coast

A strong cold front moving east across the Midwest will produce numerous impacts. Severe thunderstorms that develop ahead of the front may have damaging winds, marginally large hail, and brief tornadoes. In addition, heavy rain may produce localized flash flooding. Strong gusty winds are possible from Texas into the western Mid-Atlantic. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sat, Nov. 18, 2017 at 5:32:46 pm CST

National Weather Service Goodland, KSNational Weather Service Wichita, KansasNational Weather Service Springfield, MO
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National Weather Service Little Rock, AR
National Weather Service Fort Worth/Dallas, TXNational Weather Service Fort Worth/Dallas, TXNational Weather Service Shreveport, LA
A cold front moving across Eastern Oklahoma and Northwest Arkansas this morning will exit the region by early afternoon. North to northwest winds will increase behind the front this morning with with widespread gusts in the 30 to 45 mph range that will continue into the afternoon hours. A wind advisory will be in effect through Saturday afternoon. Despite cooler temperatures, drier air pushing into the region combined with the gusty winds will result in very high to elevated fire danger across much of eastern Oklahoma into northwest Arkansas. The greatest fire spread potential can be expected across much of eastern Oklahoma where minimum afternoon relative humidity values will be lowest in conjunction with the strongest winds.
.Tonight...Clear. Lows 28 to 45.
.Sun...Sunny. Highs 44 to 62.
.Sun-Night...Mostly clear. Lows 30 to 43.
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