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AWUTSA  
AREA WEATHER UPDATE  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK  
239 AM CDT WED APR 14 2021  
 
OKC143-140809-  
PAWNEE-TULSA-ROGERS-CREEK-WAGONER-CHEROKEE-  
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF PAWNEE, TULSA, CLAREMORE, BRISTOW, WAGONER,  
TAHLEQUAH  
239 AM CDT WED APR 14 2021  
 
AT 234 AM, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR DETECTED A LARGE AREA OF  
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, SOME WITH HEAVY RAIN OVER MUCH OF EASTERN  
OKLAHOMA AND NORTHWEST ARKANSAS. THEY WERE MOST WIDESPREAD AND  
HEAVIEST IN CREEK AND WAGONER COUNTIES IN OKLAHOMA AND BENTON COUNTY  
IN ARKANSAS. THE PRECIPITATION WAS IN THE TULSA, FORT SMITH AND  
BENTONVILLE, ROGERS AND FAYETTEVILLE AREAS. MOVEMENT WAS TO THE EAST  
AT AROUND 30 MPH. THE AVERAGE AMOUNT WHERE IT RAINED LAST HOUR WAS  
AROUND ONE TENTH OF AN INCH WITH MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF AN INCH TO AN  
INCH AND A HALF. INTENSITY INCREASED DURING THE LAST HOUR. THE TULSA  
AREA FORECAST FOR THE REST OF THE NIGHT, OCCASIONAL SHOWERS AND  
ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS, OTHERWISE CLOUDY WITH TEMPERATURES REMAINING  
FAIRLY STEADY FROM 46 TO 52 DEGREES AND NORTHEAST WINDS 5 TO 10 MPH.  

 
THIS IS AN EXPERIMENTAL AUTOMATED PRODUCT.  
 
ARC131-140809-  
SEBASTIAN-SEQUOYAH-LE FLORE-  
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF FORT SMITH, SALLISAW, POTEAU  
239 AM CDT WED APR 14 2021  
 
AT 234 AM, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR DETECTED A LARGE AREA OF  
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, SOME WITH HEAVY RAIN OVER MUCH OF EASTERN  
OKLAHOMA AND NORTHWEST ARKANSAS. THEY WERE MOST WIDESPREAD AND  
HEAVIEST IN CREEK AND WAGONER COUNTIES IN OKLAHOMA AND BENTON COUNTY  
IN ARKANSAS. THE PRECIPITATION WAS IN THE TULSA, FORT SMITH AND  
BENTONVILLE, ROGERS AND FAYETTEVILLE AREAS. MOVEMENT WAS TO THE EAST  
AT AROUND 30 MPH. THE AVERAGE AMOUNT WHERE IT RAINED LAST HOUR WAS  
AROUND ONE TENTH OF AN INCH WITH MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF AN INCH TO AN  
INCH AND A HALF. INTENSITY INCREASED DURING THE LAST HOUR. THE FORT  
SMITH AREA FORECAST FOR THE REST OF THE NIGHT, OCCASIONAL SHOWERS  
AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS, OTHERWISE CLOUDY WITH TEMPERATURES  
REMAINING FAIRLY STEADY FROM 47 TO 61 DEGREES AND NORTHEAST WINDS 5  
TO 30 MPH.  

 
THIS IS AN EXPERIMENTAL AUTOMATED PRODUCT.  
 
ARC143-140809-  
WASHINGTON AR-MADISON-CRAWFORD-FRANKLIN-ADAIR-  
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF FAYETTEVILLE, HUNTSVILLE, MOUNTAINBURG,  
OZARK, STILWELL  
239 AM CDT WED APR 14 2021  
 
AT 234 AM, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR DETECTED A LARGE AREA OF  
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, SOME WITH HEAVY RAIN OVER MUCH OF EASTERN  
OKLAHOMA AND NORTHWEST ARKANSAS. THEY WERE MOST WIDESPREAD AND  
HEAVIEST IN CREEK AND WAGONER COUNTIES IN OKLAHOMA AND BENTON COUNTY  
IN ARKANSAS. THE PRECIPITATION WAS IN THE TULSA, FORT SMITH AND  
BENTONVILLE, ROGERS AND FAYETTEVILLE AREAS. MOVEMENT WAS TO THE EAST  
AT AROUND 30 MPH. THE AVERAGE AMOUNT WHERE IT RAINED LAST HOUR WAS  
AROUND ONE TENTH OF AN INCH WITH MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF AN INCH TO AN  
INCH AND A HALF. INTENSITY INCREASED DURING THE LAST HOUR. THE  
FAYETTEVILLE AREA FORECAST FOR THE REST OF THE NIGHT, OCCASIONAL  
SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS, OTHERWISE CLOUDY WITH  
TEMPERATURES REMAINING FAIRLY STEADY FROM 45 TO 59 DEGREES AND  
NORTHEAST WINDS 5 TO 10 MPH.  

 
THIS IS AN EXPERIMENTAL AUTOMATED PRODUCT.  
 
OKC121-140809-  
OKFUSKEE-PITTSBURG-HASKELL-LATIMER-  
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF OKEMAH, MCALESTER, STIGLER, WILBURTON  
239 AM CDT WED APR 14 2021  
 
AT 234 AM, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR DETECTED A LARGE AREA OF  
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, SOME WITH HEAVY RAIN OVER MUCH OF EASTERN  
OKLAHOMA AND NORTHWEST ARKANSAS. THEY WERE MOST WIDESPREAD AND  
HEAVIEST IN CREEK AND WAGONER COUNTIES IN OKLAHOMA AND BENTON COUNTY  
IN ARKANSAS. THE PRECIPITATION WAS IN THE TULSA, FORT SMITH AND  
BENTONVILLE, ROGERS AND FAYETTEVILLE AREAS. MOVEMENT WAS TO THE EAST  
AT AROUND 30 MPH. THE AVERAGE AMOUNT WHERE IT RAINED LAST HOUR WAS  
AROUND ONE TENTH OF AN INCH WITH MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF AN INCH TO AN  
INCH AND A HALF. INTENSITY INCREASED DURING THE LAST HOUR. THE  
MCALESTER AREA FORECAST FOR THE REST OF THE NIGHT, OCCASIONAL  
SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS, OTHERWISE CLOUDY WITH  
TEMPERATURES REMAINING FAIRLY STEADY FROM 48 TO 63 DEGREES AND  
NORTHEAST WINDS 5 TO 25 MPH.  

 
THIS IS AN EXPERIMENTAL AUTOMATED PRODUCT.  
 
ARC007-140809-  
BENTON-CARROLL-  
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF SPRINGDALE, EUREKA SPRINGS  
239 AM CDT WED APR 14 2021  
 
AT 234 AM, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR DETECTED A LARGE AREA OF  
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, SOME WITH HEAVY RAIN OVER MUCH OF EASTERN  
OKLAHOMA AND NORTHWEST ARKANSAS. THEY WERE MOST WIDESPREAD AND  
HEAVIEST IN CREEK AND WAGONER COUNTIES IN OKLAHOMA AND BENTON COUNTY  
IN ARKANSAS. THE PRECIPITATION WAS IN THE TULSA, FORT SMITH AND  
BENTONVILLE, ROGERS AND FAYETTEVILLE AREAS. MOVEMENT WAS TO THE EAST  
AT AROUND 30 MPH. THE AVERAGE AMOUNT WHERE IT RAINED LAST HOUR WAS  
AROUND ONE TENTH OF AN INCH WITH MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF AN INCH TO AN  
INCH AND A HALF. INTENSITY INCREASED DURING THE LAST HOUR. THE  
SPRINGDALE AREA FORECAST FOR THE REST OF THE NIGHT, OCCASIONAL  
SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS, OTHERWISE CLOUDY WITH  
TEMPERATURES REMAINING FAIRLY STEADY FROM 45 TO 51 DEGREES AND  
NORTHEAST WINDS 5 TO 10 MPH.  

 
THIS IS AN EXPERIMENTAL AUTOMATED PRODUCT.  
 
OKC101-140809-  
OKMULGEE-MUSKOGEE-MCINTOSH-  
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF OKMULGEE, MUSKOGEE, EUFAULA  
239 AM CDT WED APR 14 2021  
 
AT 234 AM, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR DETECTED A LARGE AREA OF  
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, SOME WITH HEAVY RAIN OVER MUCH OF EASTERN  
OKLAHOMA AND NORTHWEST ARKANSAS. THEY WERE MOST WIDESPREAD AND  
HEAVIEST IN CREEK AND WAGONER COUNTIES IN OKLAHOMA AND BENTON COUNTY  
IN ARKANSAS. THE PRECIPITATION WAS IN THE TULSA, FORT SMITH AND  
BENTONVILLE, ROGERS AND FAYETTEVILLE AREAS. MOVEMENT WAS TO THE EAST  
AT AROUND 30 MPH. THE AVERAGE AMOUNT WHERE IT RAINED LAST HOUR WAS  
AROUND ONE TENTH OF AN INCH WITH MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF AN INCH TO AN  
INCH AND A HALF. INTENSITY INCREASED DURING THE LAST HOUR. THE  
MUSKOGEE AREA FORECAST FOR THE REST OF THE NIGHT, OCCASIONAL SHOWERS  
AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS, OTHERWISE CLOUDY WITH TEMPERATURES  
REMAINING FAIRLY STEADY FROM 46 TO 57 DEGREES AND NORTHEAST WINDS 5  
TO 10 MPH.  

 
THIS IS AN EXPERIMENTAL AUTOMATED PRODUCT.  
 
OKC041-140809-  
CRAIG-OTTAWA-MAYES-DELAWARE-  
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF VINITA, MIAMI, PRYOR, GROVE  
239 AM CDT WED APR 14 2021  
 
AT 234 AM, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR DETECTED A LARGE AREA OF  
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, SOME WITH HEAVY RAIN OVER MUCH OF EASTERN  
OKLAHOMA AND NORTHWEST ARKANSAS. THEY WERE MOST WIDESPREAD AND  
HEAVIEST IN CREEK AND WAGONER COUNTIES IN OKLAHOMA AND BENTON COUNTY  
IN ARKANSAS. THE PRECIPITATION WAS IN THE TULSA, FORT SMITH AND  
BENTONVILLE, ROGERS AND FAYETTEVILLE AREAS. MOVEMENT WAS TO THE EAST  
AT AROUND 30 MPH. THE AVERAGE AMOUNT WHERE IT RAINED LAST HOUR WAS  
AROUND ONE TENTH OF AN INCH WITH MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF AN INCH TO AN  
INCH AND A HALF. INTENSITY INCREASED DURING THE LAST HOUR. THE GROVE  
AREA FORECAST FOR THE REST OF THE NIGHT, OCCASIONAL SHOWERS AND  
ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS, OTHERWISE CLOUDY WITH TEMPERATURES REMAINING  
FAIRLY STEADY FROM 45 TO 52 DEGREES AND NORTHEAST WINDS 5 TO 10 MPH.  

 
THIS IS AN EXPERIMENTAL AUTOMATED PRODUCT.  
 
OKC147-140809-  
OSAGE-WASHINGTON OK-NOWATA-  
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF PAWHUSKA, BARTLESVILLE, NOWATA  
239 AM CDT WED APR 14 2021  
 
AT 234 AM, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR DETECTED A LARGE AREA OF  
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, SOME WITH HEAVY RAIN OVER MUCH OF EASTERN  
OKLAHOMA AND NORTHWEST ARKANSAS. THEY WERE MOST WIDESPREAD AND  
HEAVIEST IN CREEK AND WAGONER COUNTIES IN OKLAHOMA AND BENTON COUNTY  
IN ARKANSAS. THE PRECIPITATION WAS IN THE TULSA, FORT SMITH AND  
BENTONVILLE, ROGERS AND FAYETTEVILLE AREAS. MOVEMENT WAS TO THE EAST  
AT AROUND 30 MPH. THE AVERAGE AMOUNT WHERE IT RAINED LAST HOUR WAS  
AROUND ONE TENTH OF AN INCH WITH MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF AN INCH TO AN  
INCH AND A HALF. INTENSITY INCREASED DURING THE LAST HOUR. THE  
BARTLESVILLE AREA FORECAST FOR THE REST OF THE NIGHT, OCCASIONAL  
SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS THEN SHOWERS LIKELY AND ISOLATED  
THUNDERSTORMS, OTHERWISE MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH TEMPERATURES REMAINING  
FAIRLY STEADY FROM 46 TO 51 DEGREES AND NORTHEAST WINDS 5 TO 10 MPH.  

 
THIS IS AN EXPERIMENTAL AUTOMATED PRODUCT.  
 
OKC127-140809-  
CHOCTAW-PUSHMATAHA-  
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF ANTLERS, CLAYTON, HUGO  
239 AM CDT WED APR 14 2021  
 
AT 234 AM, NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR DETECTED A LARGE AREA OF  
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, SOME WITH HEAVY RAIN OVER MUCH OF EASTERN  
OKLAHOMA AND NORTHWEST ARKANSAS. THEY WERE MOST WIDESPREAD AND  
HEAVIEST IN CREEK AND WAGONER COUNTIES IN OKLAHOMA AND BENTON COUNTY  
IN ARKANSAS. THE PRECIPITATION WAS IN THE TULSA, FORT SMITH AND  
BENTONVILLE, ROGERS AND FAYETTEVILLE AREAS. MOVEMENT WAS TO THE EAST  
AT AROUND 30 MPH. THE AVERAGE AMOUNT WHERE IT RAINED LAST HOUR WAS  
AROUND ONE TENTH OF AN INCH WITH MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF AN INCH TO AN  
INCH AND A HALF. INTENSITY INCREASED DURING THE LAST HOUR. THE  
ANTLERS AREA FORECAST FOR THE REST OF THE NIGHT, A CHANCE OF SHOWERS  
AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS THEN OCCASIONAL SHOWERS AND ISOLATED  
THUNDERSTORMS, OTHERWISE CLOUDY WITH TEMPERATURES REMAINING FAIRLY  
STEADY FROM 56 TO 66 DEGREES AND NORTHEAST WINDS 5 TO 25 MPH.  

 
THIS IS AN EXPERIMENTAL AUTOMATED PRODUCT.  
 
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