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Cold, Wet End to 2018

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Areas of rain will develop into eastern Oklahoma and northwest
Arkansas late this afternoon and into the overnight hours. Locally
heavy rainfall will be possible mainly across southeast Oklahoma
into western Arkansas, with rainfall totals around 1 to 2 inches
possible.

Rainfall will be ending west to east Monday morning. This is ahead
of a strong cold front that will sweep through Monday evening,
bringing much colder air to the area by New Year`s Day.

An upper level system is forecast to move into the central and southern
Plains by mid-week. There may be enough cold air associated with this
system to result in some wintry precipitation mainly Wednesday night
into early Thursday. Confidence in the forecast details remains very
low at this time.