Regional Weather Summary
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OKZ004>048-050>052-TXZ083>090-221500-
REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
900 AM CDT MON SEP 22 2014

THE NIGHT SKY GRADUALLY CLEARED OVER MOST OF OKLAHOMA...BUT REMAINED
PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY OVER WESTERN NORTH TEXAS. LATE EVENING
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS MOVED OUT OF SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN
NORTH TEXAS. RAINFALL VARIED FROM JUST A TRACE TO OVER ONE HALF INCH
IN PORTIONS OF JEFFERSON AND BRYAN COUNTIES. AT THE SURFACE...HIGH
PRESSURE WAS CENTERED IN IOWA AND EASTERN NEBRASKA. THE RESULT WAS A
LIGHT NORTHEASTERLY WIND ACROSS THE AREA AT LESS THAN 10 MPH. LOW
TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING RANGED FROM 47 DEGREES AT BLACKWELL...TO
66 DEGREES AT KNOX CITY TEXAS.

THIS MORNING...A FEW SPINKLES OF LIGHT RAIN WERE FALLING OVER
EXTREME SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA. THE SKY WAS PARTLY CLOUDY OVER EXTREME
SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN NORTH TEXAS...WITH A CLEAR SKY
ELSEWHERE. THE WIND REMAINED FROM THE NORTHEAST IN MOST LOCATIONS AT
LESS THAN 10 MPH...WITH NEAR CALM CONDITIONS IN EXTREME NORTHWEST
OKLAHOMA. TEMPERATURES HAD WARMED INTO THE UPPER 50S AND 60S.

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