Light rain in Tulsa area Monday; more chances forecast this weekend
BY Staff Reports
Tuesday, December 04, 2012
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Tulsa recorded its first rainfall of the month and more may be on the way later this week.
The National Weather Service reported 0.05 of an inch of rain Monday in Tulsa. Rain chances are also forecast each day Friday through Monday for Tulsa.
According to the Oklahoma Mesonet, most of northeast Oklahoma received some rain during the past 24 hours, with the most recorded in Westville, 1.39 inches, and Jay, 0.65 of an inch.
Tulsa's temperatures are expected to reach the 60s each day through Monday, when highs are forecast to fall to the 40s.
Overnight lows are expected to be near freezing tonight, then rise to the 40s through Sunday night, when lows are expected to return to near freezing.
So far in December, each day has recorded highs in the 70s. The lowest temperature so far was 49 degrees on Sunday, according to the weather service.
24-hour rainfall totals, as of 9:20 a.m. today (in inches)
Sources: Oklahoma Mesonet and National Weather Service
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24-hour rainfall totals, as of 9:15 a.m. this morning. Map courtesy of the Oklahoma Mesonet