Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Tulsa, OK

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AWUS84 KTSA 010306

906 PM CST MON NOV 30 2015

Skies remained overcast through the afternoon with patchy light
rain, light drizzle and fog persisting at most locations. By mid
afternoon a gradual end of the precipitation began from west to
east, with some clearing of the clouds also observed west of
highway 75 in eastern Oklahoma. Slightly warmer temperatures were
observed around the area today, with highs managing to warm into
the lower 40s to very near the mid 50 degree mark. West to
northwest winds of 5 to 15 mph prevailed around the area through
the afternoon.

At mid evening, satellite imagery indicated low level clouds
continuing to gradually clear from west to east. All precipitation
has moved out of the area, off to the east with the departing
upper level storm system. West to northwest winds of 5 to 10 mph
were occurring around the area this evening, with temperatures
ranging from the lower 30s to mid 40s.

The clearing trend will continue through the evening and
overnight, however the process will be slow. By sunrise Tuesday
all locations should be cloud free, with the exception of a few
thin high level cirrus clouds. Light winds are expected for the
overnight, and with all the available moisture and clearing skies
will set the stage for potential fog development by early Tuesday.
Low temperatures tomorrow will range from the mid 20s to lower
30s. After the morning fog dissipates, the outlook calls for
mostly sunny skies over the area, with daytime highs to warm into
the lower to mid 50s.

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