Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Norman OK
907 AM CDT MON SEP 26 2016

This morning, the skies were clear across northwest Oklahoma,
while cloudiness gradually decreased as the morning progressed
across the remainder of western Oklahoma as well as central
Oklahoma. However, the midlevel cloudiness kept the skies overcast
across southeast and far southern Oklahoma through western north
Texas. Light scattered rain had fallen across southeast Oklahoma
as our weather disturbance made its final exit our of the region.
Yesterdays strong cold front passage was very apparent this
morning, with much drier air and temperatures falling into the mid
to upper 40s across northwest Oklahoma, to the lower 50s across
southwest Oklahoma, to the upper 50s across central Oklahoma.
Southeast Oklahoma and western north Texas was the warmest, with
lows in the lower 60s. Generally, this mornings temperatures were
between 10 to 15 degrees cooler than yesterday mornings. High
surface pressure across the Colorado Rockies region brought in our
cooler air, producing a north wind at 5 to 10 mph across our
region.

By 9 am, the skies remained overcast across southeast and far
southern Oklahoma into western north Texas, while the skies were
mostly sunny across central Oklahoma to sunny across northern
Oklahoma. The temperatures were in the lower to mid 50s across
northwest Oklahoma, to the lower to mid 60s across the remainder
of our region. The winds were out of the north at 10 mph.

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