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Issue Date: 928 PM CDT Thu Jun 8 2023
This Outlook is for Northwest and West Central Arkansas as well as much of Eastern Oklahoma. .DAY ONE...Tonight. THUNDERSTORMS WITH DANGEROUS LIGHTNING. RISK...Elevated. AREA...Northwest Arkansas and Far Eastern Oklahoma. ONSET...After Midnight. POOR VISIBILITY. RISK...Limited. AREA...Northwest Arkansas and Far Northeastern Oklahoma. ONSET...After Midnight. DISCUSSION... Scattered thunderstorm development is expected across parts of northwest Arkansas later tonight as a weak mid level wave moves through the area. Severe weather in unlikely, but some gusty winds and heavy downpours will accompany the strongest storms. Patchy fog is once again likely tonight across parts of northwest Arkansas and far eastern Oklahoma, especially within the river valleys and near bodies of water. Use caution when encountering fog while driving and prepare for rapidly changing visibility conditions. SPOTTER AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ACTION STATEMENT... Spotter Activation Not Expected. .DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Friday through Wednesday. FRIDAY...Thunderstorm Potential. SATURDAY...Severe Thunderstorm Potential...Heavy Rain Potential. SUNDAY AND MONDAY...Thunderstorm Potential.. TUESDAY...Thunderstorm Potential...Heavy Rain Potential. WEDNESDAY...Thunderstorm Potential. EXTENDED DISCUSSION... Another round of scattered thunderstorms is expected Friday afternoon and early evening, with gusty winds and heavy rainfall possible with the strongest storms. A cold front will move across the area this weekend, with scattered to numerous thunderstorms expected in advance of the front Saturday into Sunday. A few severe storms are likely Saturday into Saturday evening, with large hail and damaging winds being the main threats. After a brief lull in storm chances Sunday night and most of Monday, thunderstorm chances will return Tuesday and Wednesday of next week as the frontal boundary stalls to our south and eventually begins to return north as a warm front. contains additional information.


Issue Date: 341 PM CDT Thu Jun 8 2023
...OZONE ALERT CONTINUES THROUGH FRIDAY... The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality has extended the ozone alert through Friday afternoon, for the Tulsa metropolitan area. An ozone alert means that conditions are favorable for the buildup of ozone near the ground, to an unhealthy level. When winds are light, the vapors from fuels such as gasoline, exhaust from engines, and air pollutants from industrial activities remain trapped near the ground. If sunshine is abundant when these air pollutants build up, a chemical process is triggered that results in the development of ozone near the ground during the afternoon and evening hours. While ozone in the upper levels of the atmosphere is beneficial in screening the suns radiation, it is harmful near the ground. Ozone can bother those with respiratory problems and can damage vegetation. A few simple measures can be taken to help keep the ozone levels from becoming unhealthy. During ozone alert days: Postpone any unnecessary driving and car pool if possible. If you do drive to work,turn The air conditioner in your car off during your morning commute. You can also cut down on extra driving by bringing your lunch to work. If you must refuel your vehicle, do it in the evening after the sun goes down or postpone your fueling to another day. Postpone running the lawn mower and gas trimmer, the exhaust from these small engines contributes a significant amount of pollution to the air. Industrial facilities should reduce pollution emissions as much as possible on ozone alert days. These preventative measures, performed throughout the Tulsa metro area, can have a tremendous effect in reducing the pollutants that contribute to ozone problems. For further information, contact The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality at (918) 293-1600 or the Indian Nations Council of Governments /incog/ at (918) 584-7526. Additional information can also be found at including current ozone levels around the Tulsa area.
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