Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Oklahoma City, OK

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Norman OK
904 AM CDT Thu Oct 20 2016

Showers and thunderstorms developed along and behind yesterdays
cold front passage across our southeast. At midnight, the post
frontal storms were across portions of central Oklahoma just
southeast of the Oklahoma City metro into southeast Oklahoma, as
well as north Texas just east of Wichita Falls. All of the storms
after midnight stayed well below severe, with frequent lightning
and some heavy downpours. The storms had pushed off to the
southeast as the morning progressed. Other than overcast skies
associated with the storms, the night skies stayed clear across
the remaining western two thirds of Oklahoma and north Texas. High
surface pressure across the Colorado Rockies brought in breezy
cooler and drier north winds across our region, with windspeeds
between 10 to 20 mph. The coolest air was in place across
northwest Oklahoma, with temperatures there falling into the mid
to upper 40s, while southeast Oklahoma and western north Texas was
the warmest with lows in the upper 50s. Low temperatures across
the remainder of our region were in the lower to mid 50s.

By 9 am, the skies ranged from overcast to partly sunny across
southeast Oklahoma, while skies were sunny across the remainder of
our region. The temperatures across northwest Oklahoma had so far
warmed into the upper 40s, while temperatures across the remainder
of our region were in the mid to upper 50s. The winds remained out
of the north at 10 to 15 mph, with wind gusts up to 20 mph.

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