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  • Just When You Thought Summer Was Over!

    Just When You Thought Summer Was Over!

    Summer is not over yet, but at least some relief is in sight.

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    Summer is not over yet, but at least some relief is in sight.

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  • Friday Morning Update

    A Hot Weekend Ahead

    A Hot Weekend Ahead

    Good morning. Our forecast discussion remains basically unchanged from the previous posts: hot temperatures will remain for the next few days with little chance for significant rainfall. A mid-level ridge of high pressure may strengthen slightly over eastern OK and western Arkansas this weekend before slowly moving east-southeast and weakening late next week. Until this pattern change occurs, we're locked into a summer-time pattern.More >>
    Good morning. Our forecast discussion remains basically unchanged from the previous posts: hot temperatures will remain for the next few days with little chance for significant rainfall. A mid-level ridge of high pressure may strengthen slightly over eastern OK and western Arkansas this weekend before slowly moving east-southeast and weakening late next week. Until this pattern change occurs, we're locked into a summer-time pattern.More >>
  • A Look Ahead to the Fall Season.

    A Look Ahead to the Fall Season.

    The late summer heat wave continues.  Also, a look ahead at September as well as the fall months of Sep-Nov.

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    The late summer heat wave continues.  Also, a look ahead at September as well as the fall months of Sep-Nov.

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  • Thursday Morning Update

    Increasing Temperatures

    Increasing Temperatures

    It looks like we're moving into the hottest part of the summer for eastern OK for the next few days. A mid-level ridge of high pressure will expand and intensify across the eastern third of the state allowing our highs to approach 100. Humidity values will be nearing the 103 to 105 range. Overnight lows will stay around the mid-70s. These conditions will be close to heat advisory or warning criteria but may fall just shy. Regardless, you should prepare for a rather warm stretch of weather wit...More >>
    It looks like we're moving into the hottest part of the summer for eastern OK for the next few days. A mid-level ridge of high pressure will expand and intensify across the eastern third of the state allowing our highs to approach 100. Humidity values will be nearing the 103 to 105 range. Overnight lows will stay around the mid-70s. These conditions will be close to heat advisory or warning criteria but may fall just shy. Regardless, you should prepare for a rather warm stretch of weather wit...More >>
  • Hot & Humid Again, But for How Much Longer?

    Hot & Humid Again, But for How Much Longer?

    As mentioned yesterday, a late summer heat wave will dominate our weather for the rest of this week and into the following week as well. As you can see from the first map on the right, courtesy of the OK Mesonet, temperatures today reached triple digits in some locations across W OK whereas a few more clouds in the sky helped keep temperatures somewhat in control on this side of the state.Even more sunshine and continued southerly breezes are expected through the weekend and the forecast for ...More >>
    As mentioned yesterday, a late summer heat wave will dominate our weather for the rest of this week and into the following week as well. As you can see from the first map on the right, courtesy of the OK Mesonet, temperatures today reached triple digits in some locations across W OK whereas a few more clouds in the sky helped keep temperatures somewhat in control on this side of the state.Even more sunshine and continued southerly breezes are expected through the weekend and the forecast for ...More >>
  • Wednesday Morning Update

    Tracking A Weak Disturbance Today

    Tracking A Weak Disturbance Today

    Temperatures and humidity will continue to dominate the local weather headlines for the next few days as heat advisories and heat warnings may be required for some locations. A couple of scattered showers or storms may occur today as a weak disturbance moves northward out of north TX during the next few hours. A disturbance located across north Central Texas was able to generate a few showers and storms across the North TX and Southeastern OK vicinity late yesterday evening. This disturbance ...More >>
    Temperatures and humidity will continue to dominate the local weather headlines for the next few days as heat advisories and heat warnings may be required for some locations. A couple of scattered showers or storms may occur today as a weak disturbance moves northward out of north TX during the next few hours. A disturbance located across north Central Texas was able to generate a few showers and storms across the North TX and Southeastern OK vicinity late yesterday evening. This disturbance ...More >>
  • And the Heat Goes On....But for How Much Longer?

    And the Heat Goes On....But for How Much Longer?

    The showers and storms of late yesterday were slow movers and dropped some locally heavy rainfall as the map on the right, courtesy of the OK Mesonet, shows. Some of the radar estimated totals were in excess of 3 inches, but for the most part the rains were rather spotty and most of us missed out. Unfortunately, our chances of any rainfall of significance for the coming week are pretty much in the slim to none category. Notice the second map on the right which has the 7 day QPF estimate and i...More >>
    The showers and storms of late yesterday were slow movers and dropped some locally heavy rainfall as the map on the right, courtesy of the OK Mesonet, shows. Some of the radar estimated totals were in excess of 3 inches, but for the most part the rains were rather spotty and most of us missed out. Unfortunately, our chances of any rainfall of significance for the coming week are pretty much in the slim to none category. Notice the second map on the right which has the 7 day QPF estimate and i...More >>
  • A Few Storms North

    Tuesday Morning Update

    Tuesday Morning Update

    The next few days will feature a return to summer-like weather. Afternoon highs should move into the mid and upper 90s with morning lows leveling off in the mid-70s. Heat advisory and warning criteria may be met in some locations across northern OK and southern Kansas by the end of the week into the first part of the weekend. A few showers or storms are still possible this morning across far northern OK and southern Kansas, but the odds are low. The mid-level ridge of high pressure is gaining...More >>
    The next few days will feature a return to summer-like weather. Afternoon highs should move into the mid and upper 90s with morning lows leveling off in the mid-70s. Heat advisory and warning criteria may be met in some locations across northern OK and southern Kansas by the end of the week into the first part of the weekend. A few showers or storms are still possible this morning across far northern OK and southern Kansas, but the odds are low. The mid-level ridge of high pressure is gaining...More >>
  • Tracking Early AM Storms

    Monday Morning Update

    Monday Morning Update

    Good morning. Other than a small complex of weakening showers and storms this morning, Our main forecast challenge revolves around our afternoon highs and heat index values . There will be an outside chance of a few showers or storms later tonight across the far southeastern Kansas and northern OK areas, but our chances will remain low after this morning's storms across far NE OK dissipate. . The radar should be void of precip after the 7am hour this morning with temps in the 70s. South to s...More >>
    Good morning. Other than a small complex of weakening showers and storms this morning, Our main forecast challenge revolves around our afternoon highs and heat index values . There will be an outside chance of a few showers or storms later tonight across the far southeastern Kansas and northern OK areas, but our chances will remain low after this morning's storms across far NE OK dissipate. . The radar should be void of precip after the 7am hour this morning with temps in the 70s. South to s...More >>
  • Hot, Humid Weekend Weather, But For How Much Longer?

    Hot, Humid Weekend Weather, But For How Much Longer?

    As mentioned in yesterday's blog, there has only been one day so far this month that was warmer than normal and it looks like that trend will extend through the day today. But, as mild as the month has been to this point, it is looking more and more like the pendulum will be swinging the other way for the rest of the month. So far, the average temperature is running about 4 degrees below normal, but if you have looked at the forecast for the weekend and next week, it is obvious that temperatu...More >>
    As mentioned in yesterday's blog, there has only been one day so far this month that was warmer than normal and it looks like that trend will extend through the day today. But, as mild as the month has been to this point, it is looking more and more like the pendulum will be swinging the other way for the rest of the month. So far, the average temperature is running about 4 degrees below normal, but if you have looked at the forecast for the weekend and next week, it is obvious that temperatu...More >>
  • Increasing Temperatures-Slight Storm Chances

    Friday Morning Update

    Friday Morning Update

    More typical August like weather will arrive today and this weekend, and should remain for several days next week. Afternoon highs today will move into the lower 90s with Saturday highs around 95 to 97. Temperature heat index values will be near or slightly above 100 this weekend but heat advisories are not anticipated for most of the area. A few showers or storms will be possible across the northern third of the state into southeastern Kansas. Most locations will remain dry, but a few spots ...More >>
    More typical August like weather will arrive today and this weekend, and should remain for several days next week. Afternoon highs today will move into the lower 90s with Saturday highs around 95 to 97. Temperature heat index values will be near or slightly above 100 this weekend but heat advisories are not anticipated for most of the area. A few showers or storms will be possible across the northern third of the state into southeastern Kansas. Most locations will remain dry, but a few spots ...More >>
  • A Return to More Typical August Weather in Time for the Weekend.

    A Return to More Typical August Weather in Time for the Weekend.

    Hard to believe, but so far this August there has only been one day that was above normal with respect to temperature. That trend will continue through today and again for Friday which means the first half of the month will certainly have been a mild one. Not for much longer though as the trend through the weekend and most likely for the rest of the month will be for a return to more seasonal levels of temperature and precipitation.The last few days have also had dew point temperatures in the...More >>
    Hard to believe, but so far this August there has only been one day that was above normal with respect to temperature. That trend will continue through today and again for Friday which means the first half of the month will certainly have been a mild one. Not for much longer though as the trend through the weekend and most likely for the rest of the month will be for a return to more seasonal levels of temperature and precipitation.The last few days have also had dew point temperatures in the...More >>
  • Getting Slowly Warmer

    Thursday Morning Update

    Thursday Morning Update

    Good morning! We're experiencing a few locations this morning in the upper 50s but most locations near Tulsa to the south will stay in the lower 60s. Our forecast will continue to feature increasing temperatures and humidity values for the next 48 hours or so. A few showers or storms may be possible this weekend into early next week, but the chances will remain low and mainly across the northern third of the state. Th...More >>
    Good morning! We're experiencing a few locations this morning in the upper 50s but most locations near Tulsa to the south will stay in the lower 60s. Our forecast will continue to feature increasing temperatures and humidity values for the next 48 hours or so. A few showers or storms may be possible this weekend into early next week, but the chances will remain low and mainly across the northern third of the state. Th...More >>
  • Enjoy the Mild Weather, Will Not Last Much Longer.

    Enjoy the Mild Weather, Will Not Last Much Longer.

    Although no records were set this morning, our day certainly started off with some very mild temperatures as the first map on the right, courtesy of the OK Mesonet clearly shows. Most locations were in the 50s to around 60 and for August, that is mighty nice. And, despite the full sunshine, our daytime temperatures have been relatively mild as well. In fact, that has been a recurring theme throughout this summer as every time we get into a hot, humid pattern it quickly changes back to milder,...More >>
    Although no records were set this morning, our day certainly started off with some very mild temperatures as the first map on the right, courtesy of the OK Mesonet clearly shows. Most locations were in the 50s to around 60 and for August, that is mighty nice. And, despite the full sunshine, our daytime temperatures have been relatively mild as well. In fact, that has been a recurring theme throughout this summer as every time we get into a hot, humid pattern it quickly changes back to milder,...More >>
  • Another Cool Morning

    Wednesday Morning Update

    Wednesday Morning Update

    Good morning! We're experiencing temperatures this morning in the upper 50s and lower 60s in the Tulsa metro with even cooler air across northeastern OK and southeastern Kansas. A few mid 50s may occur before the 7am hour. The pattern will slowly change tomorrow and then we're going to see a big warm up for the weekend into early next week. A few showers or storms may be possible this weekend into early next week, but the chances will remain low.More >>
    Good morning! We're experiencing temperatures this morning in the upper 50s and lower 60s in the Tulsa metro with even cooler air across northeastern OK and southeastern Kansas. A few mid 50s may occur before the 7am hour. The pattern will slowly change tomorrow and then we're going to see a big warm up for the weekend into early next week. A few showers or storms may be possible this weekend into early next week, but the chances will remain low.More >>
  • Tuesday Morning Update

    Lower Temperatures And Lower Humidity

    Lower Temperatures And Lower Humidity

    The drier air continues to move southward this morning across the Missouri Valley. This has allowed our temperatures to drop into the lower 60s and a few upper 50s during the past few hours across northeastern Ok southeastern Kansas. We anticipate a very mild start today with afternoon highs into the mid or upper 80s. North winds will remain across the area in the 10 to 15 mph range. Our forecast will be rather uneventful for the next few days before the pattern allows a storm chance to move ...More >>
    The drier air continues to move southward this morning across the Missouri Valley. This has allowed our temperatures to drop into the lower 60s and a few upper 50s during the past few hours across northeastern Ok southeastern Kansas. We anticipate a very mild start today with afternoon highs into the mid or upper 80s. North winds will remain across the area in the 10 to 15 mph range. Our forecast will be rather uneventful for the next few days before the pattern allows a storm chance to move ...More >>
  • Dry Air Moving South

    Monday Morning Update

    Monday Morning Update

    Good morning. Our forecast discussion will remain short and sweet today. We're looking at nice weather for the next few days!The weekend was interesting with some late night and early morning storm complexes moving across the area. No severe weather occurred and we picked up some nice August rainfall. This morning we're tracking a few showers and storms mainly across the far southern third of the state as a weak front...More >>
    Good morning. Our forecast discussion will remain short and sweet today. We're looking at nice weather for the next few days!The weekend was interesting with some late night and early morning storm complexes moving across the area. No severe weather occurred and we picked up some nice August rainfall. This morning we're tracking a few showers and storms mainly across the far southern third of the state as a weak front...More >>
  • Sunday Storms and a Refreshing Week Ahead

    Sunday Storms and a Refreshing Week Ahead

    Sunday Storms and a Refreshing Week Ahead

    The unusual August rolls on with Day 4 of storms and humidity now on hand. A nearly stationary front and some ripples of energy riding from east to west across the Plains are to thank for our daily deluges across portions of the area. Rain totals have ranged from the meager (Okemah: 0.04”) to flash flood-inducing amounts with Pawnee getting well over two inches of rain in about an hour's time earlier today. Totals around Tulsa range from 1.66” in Bixby to a less impressive 0.79” at Tulsa Inte...More >>
    The unusual August rolls on with Day 4 of storms and humidity now on hand. A nearly stationary front and some ripples of energy riding from east to west across the Plains are to thank for our daily deluges across portions of the area. Rain totals have ranged from the meager (Okemah: 0.04”) to flash flood-inducing amounts with Pawnee getting well over two inches of rain in about an hour's time earlier today. Totals around Tulsa range from 1.66” in Bixby to a less impressive 0.79” at Tulsa Inte...More >>
  • Tracking More Storms

    Friday Morning Update

    Friday Morning Update

    We're tracking another MCS type event this morning, but I anticipate this batch to mostly remain west of our immediate area. (At least, that's my plan). There is a slight chance some thunderstorm activity could persist across the I-35 corridor into the western sections of our area. Our chances will ramp up up this afternoon and possibly later tonight into Saturday morning for a few hours. The mid-level ridge of high p...More >>
    We're tracking another MCS type event this morning, but I anticipate this batch to mostly remain west of our immediate area. (At least, that's my plan). There is a slight chance some thunderstorm activity could persist across the I-35 corridor into the western sections of our area. Our chances will ramp up up this afternoon and possibly later tonight into Saturday morning for a few hours. The mid-level ridge of high p...More >>
  • A Few Storms But The Heat Remains

    Early Thursday Morning Update

    Early Thursday Morning Update

    Welcome to Thursday. We've been tracking a few thunderstorms moving across southeastern Kansas and northeastern OK. A few of these have been strong to severe with some wind issues. The showers and storms will either move quickly away from the area or dissipate during the next few hours, but a few more thunderstorms will be possible later today in these same areas. Our weather pattern will remain somewhat stagnant for ...More >>
    Welcome to Thursday. We've been tracking a few thunderstorms moving across southeastern Kansas and northeastern OK. A few of these have been strong to severe with some wind issues. The showers and storms will either move quickly away from the area or dissipate during the next few hours, but a few more thunderstorms will be possible later today in these same areas. Our weather pattern will remain somewhat stagnant for ...More >>
  • Typical Hot, Humid August Weather

    Typical Hot, Humid August Weather

    After a record setting cool July, we return to the hot, humid weather of an Oklahoma August.More >>
    After a record setting cool July, we return to the hot, humid weather of an Oklahoma August.More >>
  • A Few Storms Possible

    Wednesday Morning Update

    Wednesday Morning Update

    Good morning. This is the day we start to slowly see a minor pattern change that will result in a chance for a few showers or storms. The mid-level ridge of high pressure near the region today will slowly slide westward and flatten. This will allow a weak disturbance currently west of the region to move nearby later this afternoon and tonight. A few showers or storms will develop near northwestern OK this morning and may move into our area this afternoon into the evening. Our chances will re...More >>
    Good morning. This is the day we start to slowly see a minor pattern change that will result in a chance for a few showers or storms. The mid-level ridge of high pressure near the region today will slowly slide westward and flatten. This will allow a weak disturbance currently west of the region to move nearby later this afternoon and tonight. A few showers or storms will develop near northwestern OK this morning and may move into our area this afternoon into the evening. Our chances will re...More >>
  • Warmer, Chance of a Few Showers Next Few Days.

    Warmer, Chance of a Few Showers Next Few Days.

    Notice the first map on the right, courtesy of the OK Mesonet, which shows the max/min temperatures across the state for today. Hot, yes; but those numbers are still below normal both with respect to the morning lows as well as the afternoon highs. In fact, temperatures have been struggling so far for the month of August to get much above the 90 degree mark. Keep in mind that 94 is the normal high at this time of year.For the rest of the week and right on through the weekend, all indications ...More >>
    Notice the first map on the right, courtesy of the OK Mesonet, which shows the max/min temperatures across the state for today. Hot, yes; but those numbers are still below normal both with respect to the morning lows as well as the afternoon highs. In fact, temperatures have been struggling so far for the month of August to get much above the 90 degree mark. Keep in mind that 94 is the normal high at this time of year.For the rest of the week and right on through the weekend, all indications ...More >>
  • Near Normal August Weather After a Cool Start.

    Near Normal August Weather After a Cool Start.

     It may not have seemed much like it , but today was another day that was cooler than normal. More >>
     It may not have seemed much like it , but today was another day that was cooler than normal. More >>
  • Temperatures Near Normal

    Monday Morning Update

    Monday Morning Update

    Expect another mostly sunny to partly cloudy afternoon along with highs in the 90 to 93 degree range. Temperature heat index values will be nearing the 94 to 97 range today. A few isolated showers or storms may occur northeast of Tulsa early this morning, and then across the far eastern third of the area this afternoon. Slightly higher chances will arrive in the extended forecast. The pattern will slowly shift over th...More >>
    Expect another mostly sunny to partly cloudy afternoon along with highs in the 90 to 93 degree range. Temperature heat index values will be nearing the 94 to 97 range today. A few isolated showers or storms may occur northeast of Tulsa early this morning, and then across the far eastern third of the area this afternoon. Slightly higher chances will arrive in the extended forecast. The pattern will slowly shift over th...More >>
  • Rain System Exiting Today

    Thursday Morning Update

    Thursday Morning Update

    The upper level system responsible for the rain over the past 24 hours is now exiting the region. A few more showers may persist for the next few hours across far southeastern or east central OK but the threat of the moderate to heavy rainfall will be quickly leaving the area. Some drizzle may persist across the eastern third of the state through midday with cloudy conditions. The clouds may attempt to thin out later this afternoon allowing the afternoon highs to move into the upper 70s or po...More >>
    The upper level system responsible for the rain over the past 24 hours is now exiting the region. A few more showers may persist for the next few hours across far southeastern or east central OK but the threat of the moderate to heavy rainfall will be quickly leaving the area. Some drizzle may persist across the eastern third of the state through midday with cloudy conditions. The clouds may attempt to thin out later this afternoon allowing the afternoon highs to move into the upper 70s or po...More >>
  • Moderate And Heavy Rainfall Today

    Wednesday Morning Update

    Wednesday Morning Update

    We’re tracking a storm system this morning that will bring rain and cooler air to the region soon. The rain may continue in many locations for the better part of the day, but we do anticipate a few breaks. Rain cooled air in the upper 60s and lower 70s should prevail for the afternoon. The system will exit Thursday morning leaving fine weather Friday into the weekend. The main upper level pattern responsible for our l...More >>
    We’re tracking a storm system this morning that will bring rain and cooler air to the region soon. The rain may continue in many locations for the better part of the day, but we do anticipate a few breaks. Rain cooled air in the upper 60s and lower 70s should prevail for the afternoon. The system will exit Thursday morning leaving fine weather Friday into the weekend. The main upper level pattern responsible for our l...More >>
  • Rain And Cooler Air Soon

    Tuesday Morning Update

    Tuesday Morning Update

    The weather looks good this morning across most of the state. We’re seeing a few showers located across far western OK but these will remain west of eastern OK for most of the day. Our rain chances will be increasing later tonight into Wednesday as a system nears the central and eastern OK vicinity. Temperatures are expected to remain below the seasonal average both today and for entire week. The coolest day will be Wednesday with highs in the upper 60s to lower 70s.More >>
    The weather looks good this morning across most of the state. We’re seeing a few showers located across far western OK but these will remain west of eastern OK for most of the day. Our rain chances will be increasing later tonight into Wednesday as a system nears the central and eastern OK vicinity. Temperatures are expected to remain below the seasonal average both today and for entire week. The coolest day will be Wednesday with highs in the upper 60s to lower 70s.More >>
  • Cooler Weather And Rain Chances Soon

    Monday Morning Update

    Monday Morning Update

    We're tracking a cold front located to the south of the Tulsa region this morning providing a few scattered showers and storms along the Red River Valley. I anticipate most if not all of this precip to remain well south or west of the metro and northeastern OK for the day. Our neighbors across the southern third of the state will experience a few morning showers and storms. Drier air has spread into the northern third of the state behind north breezes around 10 to 15 mph. Temperatures today w...More >>
    We're tracking a cold front located to the south of the Tulsa region this morning providing a few scattered showers and storms along the Red River Valley. I anticipate most if not all of this precip to remain well south or west of the metro and northeastern OK for the day. Our neighbors across the southern third of the state will experience a few morning showers and storms. Drier air has spread into the northern third of the state behind north breezes around 10 to 15 mph. Temperatures today w...More >>
  • Dangerous Heat This Weekend

    Dangerous Heat This Weekend

    Dangerous Heat This Weekend

    While a good chunk of this season has slid by without much in the way of brutal heat, this weekend will be a taste of what we endured over the previous several summers. A heat dome is again building over the Plains and the heat wave will peak over the weekend with highs near the century mark and heat index values between 105° and 110°. As shown in my first map, an Excessive Heat Warning is in effect for Tulsa along wi...More >>
    While a good chunk of this season has slid by without much in the way of brutal heat, this weekend will be a taste of what we endured over the previous several summers. A heat dome is again building over the Plains and the heat wave will peak over the weekend with highs near the century mark and heat index values between 105° and 110°. As shown in my first map, an Excessive Heat Warning is in effect for Tulsa along wi...More >>
  • More Cooler Air Possible Next Week

    Friday Morning Update

    Friday Morning Update

    Good Morning. After a minor break from the heat yesterday, we’re expecting temperatures to climb today and Saturday. Afternoon highs will be near the mid or upper 90stoday and probably from 100 to 102 Saturday. Temperature heat index values will be nearing 105 to 107 both days from Tulsa to the west. Heat advisories will be required for a large portion of the state today, including the Tulsa metro and locations west. Some areas of eastern OK will not be included in the advisory today. The pat...More >>
    Good Morning. After a minor break from the heat yesterday, we’re expecting temperatures to climb today and Saturday. Afternoon highs will be near the mid or upper 90stoday and probably from 100 to 102 Saturday. Temperature heat index values will be nearing 105 to 107 both days from Tulsa to the west. Heat advisories will be required for a large portion of the state today, including the Tulsa metro and locations west. Some areas of eastern OK will not be included in the advisory today. The pat...More >>
  • Wednesday Morning Update

    Wednesday Morning Update

    Temperatures yesterday afternoon were absolutely wonderful with afternoon highs in the upper 70s and lower 80s. We're expecting another very nice afternoon regarding the temps with many locations once again in the upper 70s and lower 80s. The next 36 to 48 hours will feature a strong storm system nearing the area with increasing rain and thunderstorm chances. Some heavy rainfall will be likely across the southern third of the state where some multi-inch rainfall will be likely. The Tulsa metr...More >>
    Temperatures yesterday afternoon were absolutely wonderful with afternoon highs in the upper 70s and lower 80s. We're expecting another very nice afternoon regarding the temps with many locations once again in the upper 70s and lower 80s. The next 36 to 48 hours will feature a strong storm system nearing the area with increasing rain and thunderstorm chances. Some heavy rainfall will be likely across the southern third of the state where some multi-inch rainfall will be likely. The Tulsa metr...More >>
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