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Area forecast discussion
National Weather Service Tulsa OK
915 am CDT Wed Mar 29 2017

Discussion...
sent a quick update to clear behind the ongoing convection which
has almost cleared our northwest Arkansas counties. It is still
unclear how much the boundary layer can recover by afternoon. Will
take a look at latest observational and model data to get a better
idea before this afternoon. Latest short term guidance suggests
surface low/warm front will move into southeast Kansas by early afternoon
with most of the new storms forming north and east of Tulsa.
Looks like northwest portions of Arkansas may have the slightly
better chance for severe storms this afternoon.

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Preliminary point temps/pops...
tul 74 48 56 43 / 60 40 50 10
fsm 76 53 60 45 / 70 50 40 10
mlc 75 49 60 44 / 50 30 30 10
bvo 73 48 56 41 / 60 40 50 10
fyv 73 50 56 44 / 80 50 50 20
byv 72 52 58 44 / 80 70 60 30
mko 74 50 57 44 / 60 40 40 10
Mio 71 49 56 43 / 70 50 50 20
f10 73 48 57 43 / 50 30 30 10
hhw 76 52 64 47 / 50 30 20 0

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Tsa watches/warnings/advisories...
OK...none.
Arkansas...none.
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