Regional Weather Summary
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
805 PM CDT TUE JUL 7 2015

THIS AFTERNOON...WIDESPREAD MODERATE TO HEAVY RAIN WAS PRESENT
ACROSS OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN TEXAS. THE HEAVIEST RAINFALL FELL IN A
LINE FROM BURKBURNETT...TO LAWTON...TO PAULS VALLEY...TO
HOLDENVILLE. THE HIGHEST REPORTED TOTALS IN THE LAST 12 HOURS WERE
4.57 INCHES AT GRANDFIELD AND 4.16 INCHES AT PAULS VALLEY. RAINFALL
TOTALS DROPPED OFF QUICKLY TOWARD THE NORTHWEST...WITH LESS THAN A
HALF AN INCH OF RAIN NORTHWEST OF INTERSTATE 44. ABUNDANT CLOUD
COVER KEPT TEMPERATURES WELL BELOW AVERAGE...WITH MOST LOCATIONS IN
THE 70S THIS AFTERNOON. WICHITA FALLS AND LAWTON BOTH SET A RECORD
COOL MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE TODAY AT 81 AND 76 DEGREES RESPECTIVELY.

THIS EVENING..LIGHT TO MODERATE RAIN CONTINUES ACROSS THE INTERSTATE
35 CORRIDOR TO THE EAST. TEMPERATURES HAVE REMAINED NEARLY STEADY
DUE TO THE RAIN AND CLOUD COVER. WINDS HAVE BEEN FROM THE NORTH TO
NORTHEAST AT 5 TO 10 MPH...WITH GUSTS AROUND 15 MPH.

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MAHALE



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