Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Norman OK
804 PM CDT FRI JUL 29 2016

The afternoon sky was mostly clear over western north Texas and
Oklahoma. Late in the afternoon, isolated thunderstorms developed
near an outflow boundary in southeast Oklahoma, primarily from
Atoka County eastward. The outflow boundary became stationary in
extreeme southern Oklahoma. To the north of the boundary, the wind
was from the north to east at 5 to 15 mph. To the south of the
boundary, the wind was from the south at 10 to 15 mph. Maximum
temperatures ranged from 84 degrees at Newkirk, Blackwell, and Red
Rock, to 100 degrees at Lawton.

This evening, the sky was mostly clear except in southeast
Oklahoma, where isolated showers persisted in eastern Atoka
County. The outflow boundary remained stationary in extreme
southern Oklahoma. East to northeast winds were noted to the north
of the boundary at less than 10 mph, with southerly winds under 10
mph to the south of the boundary. Temperatures were mostly in the
lower 80s to the north of the boundary, and the lower 90s to the
south of the boundary.


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