Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS84 KOUN 291410

Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Norman OK
910 AM CDT SUN MAY 29 2016

Scattered thunderstorms moved across portions of western north
Texas and southern Oklahoma during the overnight hours. Some of
the storms were severe, producing hail up to golfball size, and
wind gusts to 60 mph. Localized flash flooding also occurred.
Rainfall was generally less than a tenth of an inch, with amounts
greater than one inch in the Ardmore area, and across portions of
Baylor and Archer counties in western north Texas. Elsewhere the
sky was partly to mostly cloudy. Just before sunrise, additional
widely scattered showers and thunderstorms moved southeast into
northwestern Oklahoma. Outside the thunderstorm areas, The wind
was light from a southeasterly direction. Minimum temperatures
were mostly in the 60s, ranging from 58 degrees at Buffalo to 70
degrees at Durant.

This morning, isolated showers and thunderstorms lingered in
northwest Oklahoma between Woodward and Taloga. High clouds
extended to the northeast of the thunderstorms, and over south
central and eastern Oklahoma. Elsewhere the sky was clear to
partly cloudy. The wind was variable in direction at less than 10
mph, with stronger winds near the thunderstorms in northwest
Oklahoma. Temperatures had warmed into the 70s.


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