Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Norman OK
806 PM CDT FRI SEP 30 2016

This afternoon, high cloudiness off the central plains had
gradually increased across the western two thirds of Oklahoma and
western north Texas, keeping skies mostly sunny. An upper ridge of
high pressure began to build in from our west, indicating the
start of a warming trend. Our temperatures had risen into the mid
to upper 70s, which was about a 3 to 5 degree warmup from
yesterday. Climatically, our temperatures were still about 5
degrees cooler than normal for the end of September days. A weak
pressure gradient at the surface resulted in the winds becoming
light and variable.

By 8 pm, the skies were mostly cloudy across western Oklahoma, to
partly cloudy across the remainder of our region. The temperatures
had so far fallen into the mid 60s, with light and variable winds.

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