Issue Date: 944 PM CDT Tue Apr 13 2021
This Outlook is for Northwest and West Central Arkansas as well as
much of Eastern Oklahoma.
AREA...Along and South of Interstate 44 and also Northwest
THUNDERSTORMS WITH DANGEROUS LIGHTNING.
AREA...Majority of Eastern Oklahoma and also Northwest
Rain showers with isolated to scattered thunderstorms will
continue to spread across eastern Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas
overnight tonight. Severe weather is not anticipated. Locally
heavy rainfall with amounts greater than a half inch will however
remain possible across much of the region through tonight.
SPOTTER AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ACTION STATEMENT...
Spotter Activation Not Expected.
.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Wednesday through Monday.
SATURDAY THROUGH MONDAY...No Hazards.
Showers and isolated storms will linger into Wednesday morning
across southeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas. Severe weather
is not expected with these storms. Showers will again be possible
across much of the region Wednesday night as a weak disturbance
moves through the region. Isolated thunder may be possible near
the Red River late Wednesday night.
Additional rain chances are forecast Thursday night through Friday
night as a more defined upper level system and cold front
approach and move through the region. A few thunderstorms will be
possible Friday into Friday evening mainly across eastern
Oklahoma. Rain showers look to taper off from west to east during
the overnight hours Friday night.
Much colder than normal temperatures are expected Sunday and
Monday mornings with Monday being the colder of the two. There is
a non zero chance that a frost or light freeze could occur across
parts of northeast Oklahoma and far northwest Arkansas. If you
have sensitive vegetation continue to monitor the latest forecasts
and be prepared to protect those plants from the cold.
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