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Severe Weather Expected for the South on Tuesday; Winter Weather Conditions for the West, Central Plains, and Upper Mississippi River Valley

Severe weather is forecast across the middle and lower Mississippi Valley Tuesday afternoon where tornadoes and damaging winds are expected. A strong cold front will track across the Intermountain West accompanied by strong winds, heavy snow and elevated fire weather conditions for portions of the western High Plains with heavy snow likely for Upper Mississippi Valley Tuesday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Tue, Nov. 29, 2022 at 8:02:46 am CST

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Southerly winds will continue today ahead of a cold front forecast to push through E OK & NW AR this afternoon and evening. Wind gusts between 40 and 50 mph will be possible, with the stronger of these gusts across parts of NE OK and in the higher terrain of SE OK & NW AR. A slight chance of showers is also possible Tuesday morning, with isolated afternoon storms possible along the front across far SE OK & Western AR. Severe weather is not expected in these locations.
A wind advisory is in effect through noon today as strong southerly winds are forecast to gust in excess of 40 mph across much of northeast Oklahoma and parts of northwest Arkansas ahead of an approaching cold front. Secure loose objects and use caution if driving high profile vehicles, especially on east west roadways.
.Today...Windy. Mostly sunny. Highs 51 to 75.
.Tonight...Windy. Mostly clear. Lows 20 to 37.
.Wed...Sunny, cooler. Highs 41 to 53.
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