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OKZ004>048-050>052-TXZ083>090-211700-
REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
900 AM CDT TUE OCT 21 2014

THIS MORNING... THE SKIES RANGED FROM CLEAR TO PARTLY CLOUDY ACROSS
THE WESTERN TWO THIRDS OF OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN NORTH TEXAS... WITH A
FEW HIGH CLOUDS.  THE TEMPERATURES HAD FALLEN INTO THE MID TO UPPER
50S... WHICH WAS ABOUT 5 DEGREES WARMER THAN AVERAGE FOR LATE
OCTOBER NIGHTS.  A WEAK PRESSURE GRADIENT KEPT OUR WINDS LIGHT AND
VARIABLE... WITH PERIODS OF CALM.  MOSTLY LIGHT PATCHY FOG HAD
DEVELOPED ACROSS OUR REGION... ESPECIALLY TOWARD SUNRISE AS OUR
TEMPERATURES COOLED TO THE DEWPOINT.  HOWEVER... THE FOG BECAME MORE
DENSE ACROSS SOUTHCENTRAL OKLAHOMA... GENERALLY FROM PAULS VALLEY
SOUTH TO THE ARBUCKLES.  THE VISIBILITY HAD BEEN REDUCED BELOW A
QUARTER OF A MILE IN PAULS VALLEY.

BY 9 AM... OUR SKIES RANGED FROM SUNNY TO MOSTLY SUNNY.  THE
TEMPERATURES ACROSS OUR REGION HAD SO FAR WARMED INTO THE LOWER TO
MID 60S.  THE CENTRAL ONE THIRD OF OKLAHOMA HAD AREAS OF PATCHY FOG.
OUR WINDS REMAINED LIGHT AND VARIABLE.

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