350  
FLUS74 KTSA 280658  
AWUTSA  
AREA WEATHER UPDATE  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK  
1258 AM CST SUN FEB 28 2021  
 
OKC143-280728-  
PAWNEE-TULSA-ROGERS-CREEK-WAGONER-CHEROKEE-  
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF PAWNEE, TULSA, CLAREMORE, BRISTOW, WAGONER,  
TAHLEQUAH  
1258 AM CST SUN FEB 28 2021  
 
AT 1254 AM, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR DETECTED PATCHY AREAS OF  
RAIN NORTH OF I44 AND WEST OF HIGHWAY 75. IT WAS MORE WIDESPREAD IN  
NORTHCENTRAL OKLAHOMA. MOVEMENT WAS TO THE EAST AT AROUND 35 MPH.  
THE AVERAGE AMOUNT WHERE IT RAINED LAST HOUR WAS AROUND ONE TENTH OF  
AN INCH WITH MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF ONE TENTH TO ONE QUARTER OF AN INCH.  
COVERAGE INCREASED DURING THE LAST HOUR. THE TULSA AREA FORECAST FOR  
THE REST OF THE NIGHT, AREAS OF FOG AND A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND  
THUNDERSTORMS, OTHERWISE MOSTLY CLOUDY THEN BECOMING CLOUDY WITH  
TEMPERATURES RISING TO 52 TO 61 DEGREES AND SOUTH WINDS BECOMING  
WEST AT 5 TO 10 MPH.  

 
THIS IS AN EXPERIMENTAL AUTOMATED PRODUCT.  
 
ARC131-280728-  
SEBASTIAN-SEQUOYAH-LE FLORE-  
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF FORT SMITH, SALLISAW, POTEAU  
1258 AM CST SUN FEB 28 2021  
 
AT 1254 AM, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR DETECTED PATCHY AREAS OF  
RAIN NORTH OF I44 AND WEST OF HIGHWAY 75. IT WAS MORE WIDESPREAD IN  
NORTHCENTRAL OKLAHOMA. MOVEMENT WAS TO THE EAST AT AROUND 35 MPH.  
THE AVERAGE AMOUNT WHERE IT RAINED LAST HOUR WAS AROUND ONE TENTH OF  
AN INCH WITH MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF ONE TENTH TO ONE QUARTER OF AN INCH.  
COVERAGE INCREASED DURING THE LAST HOUR. THE FORT SMITH AREA  
FORECAST FOR THE REST OF THE NIGHT, AREAS OF DENSE FOG AND SHOWERS  
LIKELY AND A CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS, OTHERWISE MOSTLY CLOUDY THEN  
BECOMING CLOUDY WITH TEMPERATURES RISING TO 53 TO 64 DEGREES AND  
SOUTHEAST WINDS BECOMING SOUTH AT 5 TO 10 MPH.  

 
THIS IS AN EXPERIMENTAL AUTOMATED PRODUCT.  
 
ARC143-280728-  
WASHINGTON AR-MADISON-CRAWFORD-FRANKLIN-ADAIR-  
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF FAYETTEVILLE, HUNTSVILLE, MOUNTAINBURG,  
OZARK, STILWELL  
1258 AM CST SUN FEB 28 2021  
 
AT 1254 AM, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR DETECTED PATCHY AREAS OF  
RAIN NORTH OF I44 AND WEST OF HIGHWAY 75. IT WAS MORE WIDESPREAD IN  
NORTHCENTRAL OKLAHOMA. MOVEMENT WAS TO THE EAST AT AROUND 35 MPH.  
THE AVERAGE AMOUNT WHERE IT RAINED LAST HOUR WAS AROUND ONE TENTH OF  
AN INCH WITH MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF ONE TENTH TO ONE QUARTER OF AN INCH.  
COVERAGE INCREASED DURING THE LAST HOUR. THE FAYETTEVILLE AREA  
FORECAST FOR THE REST OF THE NIGHT, AREAS OF FOG AND SHOWERS LIKELY  
AND A CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS, OTHERWISE MOSTLY CLOUDY THEN BECOMING  
CLOUDY WITH TEMPERATURES RISING TO 51 TO 60 DEGREES AND SOUTH WINDS  
BECOMING SOUTHWEST AT 5 TO 10 MPH.  

 
THIS IS AN EXPERIMENTAL AUTOMATED PRODUCT.  
 
OKC121-280728-  
OKFUSKEE-PITTSBURG-HASKELL-LATIMER-  
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF OKEMAH, MCALESTER, STIGLER, WILBURTON  
1258 AM CST SUN FEB 28 2021  
 
AT 1254 AM, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR DETECTED PATCHY AREAS OF  
RAIN NORTH OF I44 AND WEST OF HIGHWAY 75. IT WAS MORE WIDESPREAD IN  
NORTHCENTRAL OKLAHOMA. MOVEMENT WAS TO THE EAST AT AROUND 35 MPH.  
THE AVERAGE AMOUNT WHERE IT RAINED LAST HOUR WAS AROUND ONE TENTH OF  
AN INCH WITH MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF ONE TENTH TO ONE QUARTER OF AN INCH.  
COVERAGE INCREASED DURING THE LAST HOUR. THE MCALESTER AREA FORECAST  
FOR THE REST OF THE NIGHT, AREAS OF DENSE FOG AND A CHANCE OF  
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, OTHERWISE CLOUDY WITH TEMPERATURES RISING  
TO 54 TO 65 DEGREES AND SOUTH WINDS BECOMING SOUTHWEST AT 5 TO 10  
MPH.  

 
THIS IS AN EXPERIMENTAL AUTOMATED PRODUCT.  
 
ARC007-280728-  
BENTON-CARROLL-  
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF SPRINGDALE, EUREKA SPRINGS  
1258 AM CST SUN FEB 28 2021  
 
AT 1254 AM, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR DETECTED PATCHY AREAS OF  
RAIN NORTH OF I44 AND WEST OF HIGHWAY 75. IT WAS MORE WIDESPREAD IN  
NORTHCENTRAL OKLAHOMA. MOVEMENT WAS TO THE EAST AT AROUND 35 MPH.  
THE AVERAGE AMOUNT WHERE IT RAINED LAST HOUR WAS AROUND ONE TENTH OF  
AN INCH WITH MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF ONE TENTH TO ONE QUARTER OF AN INCH.  
COVERAGE INCREASED DURING THE LAST HOUR. THE SPRINGDALE AREA  
FORECAST FOR THE REST OF THE NIGHT, AREAS OF FOG AND SHOWERS LIKELY  
AND A CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS, OTHERWISE MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH  
TEMPERATURES RISING TO 53 TO 60 DEGREES AND SOUTH WINDS BECOMING  
SOUTHWEST AT 5 TO 15 MPH.  

 
THIS IS AN EXPERIMENTAL AUTOMATED PRODUCT.  
 
OKC101-280728-  
OKMULGEE-MUSKOGEE-MCINTOSH-  
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF OKMULGEE, MUSKOGEE, EUFAULA  
1258 AM CST SUN FEB 28 2021  
 
AT 1254 AM, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR DETECTED PATCHY AREAS OF  
RAIN NORTH OF I44 AND WEST OF HIGHWAY 75. IT WAS MORE WIDESPREAD IN  
NORTHCENTRAL OKLAHOMA. MOVEMENT WAS TO THE EAST AT AROUND 35 MPH.  
THE AVERAGE AMOUNT WHERE IT RAINED LAST HOUR WAS AROUND ONE TENTH OF  
AN INCH WITH MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF ONE TENTH TO ONE QUARTER OF AN INCH.  
COVERAGE INCREASED DURING THE LAST HOUR. THE MUSKOGEE AREA FORECAST  
FOR THE REST OF THE NIGHT, AREAS OF DENSE FOG AND A CHANCE OF  
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, OTHERWISE MOSTLY CLOUDY THEN BECOMING  
CLOUDY WITH TEMPERATURES RISING TO 52 TO 63 DEGREES AND SOUTHEAST  
WINDS BECOMING SOUTHWEST AT 5 TO 10 MPH.  

 
THIS IS AN EXPERIMENTAL AUTOMATED PRODUCT.  
 
OKC041-280728-  
CRAIG-OTTAWA-MAYES-DELAWARE-  
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF VINITA, MIAMI, PRYOR, GROVE  
1258 AM CST SUN FEB 28 2021  
 
AT 1254 AM, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR DETECTED PATCHY AREAS OF  
RAIN NORTH OF I44 AND WEST OF HIGHWAY 75. IT WAS MORE WIDESPREAD IN  
NORTHCENTRAL OKLAHOMA. MOVEMENT WAS TO THE EAST AT AROUND 35 MPH.  
THE AVERAGE AMOUNT WHERE IT RAINED LAST HOUR WAS AROUND ONE TENTH OF  
AN INCH WITH MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF ONE TENTH TO ONE QUARTER OF AN INCH.  
COVERAGE INCREASED DURING THE LAST HOUR. THE GROVE AREA FORECAST FOR  
THE REST OF THE NIGHT, AREAS OF FOG AND SHOWERS LIKELY AND A CHANCE  
OF THUNDERSTORMS, OTHERWISE MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH TEMPERATURES RISING  
TO 50 TO 61 DEGREES AND SOUTH WINDS BECOMING SOUTHWEST AT 5 TO 10  
MPH.  

 
THIS IS AN EXPERIMENTAL AUTOMATED PRODUCT.  
 
OKC147-280728-  
OSAGE-WASHINGTON OK-NOWATA-  
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF PAWHUSKA, BARTLESVILLE, NOWATA  
1258 AM CST SUN FEB 28 2021  
 
AT 1254 AM, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR DETECTED PATCHY AREAS OF  
RAIN NORTH OF I44 AND WEST OF HIGHWAY 75. IT WAS MORE WIDESPREAD IN  
NORTHCENTRAL OKLAHOMA. MOVEMENT WAS TO THE EAST AT AROUND 35 MPH.  
THE AVERAGE AMOUNT WHERE IT RAINED LAST HOUR WAS AROUND ONE TENTH OF  
AN INCH WITH MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF ONE TENTH TO ONE QUARTER OF AN INCH.  
COVERAGE INCREASED DURING THE LAST HOUR. THE BARTLESVILLE AREA  
FORECAST FOR THE REST OF THE NIGHT, AREAS OF FOG AND A CHANCE OF  
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, OTHERWISE MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH TEMPERATURES  
RISING TO 45 TO 58 DEGREES AND SOUTHWEST WINDS BECOMING NORTHWEST AT  
5 TO 10 MPH.  

 
THIS IS AN EXPERIMENTAL AUTOMATED PRODUCT.  
 
OKC127-280728-  
CHOCTAW-PUSHMATAHA-  
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF ANTLERS, CLAYTON, HUGO  
1258 AM CST SUN FEB 28 2021  
 
AT 1254 AM, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR DETECTED PATCHY AREAS OF  
RAIN NORTH OF I44 AND WEST OF HIGHWAY 75. IT WAS MORE WIDESPREAD IN  
NORTHCENTRAL OKLAHOMA. MOVEMENT WAS TO THE EAST AT AROUND 35 MPH.  
THE AVERAGE AMOUNT WHERE IT RAINED LAST HOUR WAS AROUND ONE TENTH OF  
AN INCH WITH MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF ONE TENTH TO ONE QUARTER OF AN INCH.  
COVERAGE INCREASED DURING THE LAST HOUR. THE ANTLERS AREA FORECAST  
FOR THE REST OF THE NIGHT, AREAS OF DENSE FOG AND SHOWERS LIKELY AND  
A CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS, OTHERWISE CLOUDY WITH TEMPERATURES RISING  
TO 58 TO 65 DEGREES AND SOUTHEAST WINDS BECOMING SOUTH AT 5 TO 10  
MPH.  

 
THIS IS AN EXPERIMENTAL AUTOMATED PRODUCT.  
 
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