Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Norman OK
903 AM CST Fri Dec 2 2016

High clouds gradually spread northeast over western north Texas
and Oklahoma overnight, in advance of an approaching upper level
storm system. At the surface, a nearly stationary frontal boundary
separated light northerly winds to the north of the boundary, from
a light southeasterly wind to the south of the boundary.
Windspeeds were less than 10 mph, with calm conditions in several
locations. Low temperatures ranged from 20 degrees at Buffalo to
44 degrees at Burneyville in Love County.

This morning, cloud cover continued to increase over the area. The
stationary front extended from near Fort Smith Arkansas northwest
to Stillwater, then southwest to Wichita Falls and Seymour Texas.
To the north of the front, the wind was northerly at less than 10
mph. To the south of the boundary, the wind was from the east and
southeast at less than 10 mph. Temperatures ranged from the upper
20s to mid 40s.


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