Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Norman OK
859 AM CDT Tue Oct 25 2016

At midnight, the skies started out clear across the western two
thirds of Oklahoma and western north Texas. However, dense high
cloudiness off the southern high plains began spreading in across
our region as the morning progressed. Low surface pressure across
the central high plains kept the winds out of the south at 5 to 10
mph across our region. A building dirty ridge of high pressure
continued our warming trend, with low temperatures in the upper
50s across far western Oklahoma, to the lower 60s across the rest
of our region, which was about a 5 to 10 degree warmup from
yesterday morning. Climatically, our temperatures were about 10
degrees warmer than average for late October nights. Some brief
dense fog had developed across portions of southeast Oklahoma
toward the sunrise hours.

By 9 am, the skies were overcast across our entire region.
Temperatures had so far risen into the lower to mid 60s, with
southeasterly winds at 5 to 10 mph. Western Oklahoma had started
becoming a little more gusty at 15 to 20 mph.

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