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Weather Blog: Mostly Sunny Skies for Thursday

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA) - Multiple thunderstorm clusters across western ks are moving slowly east this morning with the strongest complex currently moving through southwest Kansas. 

Some computer models are bringing storms into northeast Oklahoma this morning, although current storm motion and instability suggest that the aforementioned activity may drop a bit southeast with time, have maintained low chance pops west of highway 75 in Oklahoma,  Northwest  Arkansas looks dry and hot today.

Additional thunderstorm development is possible late today near the dry line, with storms pushing east into tonight. 

This activity will likely be weakening as it progresses east but will carry some low pops especially across Northeast Oklahoma and Northwest  Arkansas into Friday morning.

Upper ridging will build across the southern plains going into the weekend, with the hot and humid weather persisting. 

Not out of the question to see isolated convection through the weekend, although meager coverage precludes any mention in the forecast at this time. 

Models continue to suggest that a weak boundary will nudge into the region early next week, with low chances of precipitation expected. 

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