Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Oklahoma City, OK

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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
900 AM CST SAT FEB 6 2016

PATCHES OF LIGHT RAIN MOVED EAST ACROSS WESTERN NORTH TEXAS AND
OKLAHOMA OVERNIGHT. RAINFALL WAS GENERALLY ONLY A FEW HUNDRETHS OF
AN INCH...WITH AMOUNTS OF ONE QUARTER TO ONE THIRD OF AN INCH IN THE
LAKE TEXOMA AREA. THE SKY GRADUALLY CLEARED OVER THE NORTHWEST HALF
OF OKLAHOMA AND MOST OF WESTERN NORTH TEXAS BY SUNRISE. A COLD FRONT
ALSO SHIFTEED THE WIND FROM THE EAST TO NORTHWEST AS THE LIGHT RAIN
ENDED. LOW TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING RANGED FROM 21 DEGREES AT
BUFFALO TO 40 DEGREES AT SHAWNEE. ACROSS WESTERN NORTH
TEXAS...MINIMUM TEMPERATURES VARIED FROM 28 DEGREES AT ODELL TO 31
DEGREES AT WICHITA FALLS AND SEYMOUR.

THIS MORNING...THE SKY WAS CLEAR TO THE WEST OF A LINE FROM PONCA
CITY TO OKLAHOMA CITY TO WICHITA FALLS...AND MOSTLY CLOUDY TO THE
EAST OF THE SAME LINE. PATCHES OF LIGHT RAIN CONTINUED OVER MARSHALL
AND BRYAN COUNTIES IN SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA. THE COLD FRONT EXTENDED
FROM NEAR VINITA SOUTHWEST TO LAKE TEXOMA. AHEAD OF THE FRONT THE
WIND WAS LIGHT FROM AN EASTERLY DIRECTION. BEHIND THE FRONT THE WIND
WAS NORTHERLY AT 5 TO 15 MPH. TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE UPPER 20S
IN NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA...TO THE LOWER 40S IN PORTIONS OF EASTERN AND
SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA.

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