Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Oklahoma City, OK

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OKZ004>048-050>052-TXZ083>090-180400-
REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
842 PM CST WED DEC 17 2014

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON WAS COLD AND WET ACROSS OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN NORTH
TEXAS. TEMPERATURES REMAINED IN THE 30S AND LOWER 40S THROUGHOUT MUCH
OF THE AFTERNOON. NEWKIRK WAS THE COOLEST 34 DEGREES AND KNOX CITY WAS
THE WARMEST WITH A MAXIMUM OF 46 DEGREES. THE NORTHERN THIRD OF
OKLAHOMA SAW A MIX OF RAIN AND SLEET DURING PORTIONS OF THE AFTERNOON.
THE REST OF OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN NORTH TEXAS SAW ONLY RAIN. SOME
SELECTED RAINFALL TOTALS:  ADA THREE QUARTERS OF AN INCH, WAURIKA AND
WICHITA FALLS RECEIVED TWO THIRDS OF AN INCH AND BYARS HAD MORE THAN
EIGHT TENTHS OF AN INCH OF RAIN.

AT MID EVENING LIGHT RAIN STRETCHED FROM NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS INTO
WESTERN ARKANSAS. RAINFALL TOTALS THIS EVENING IN SOUTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA
WERE QUITE MODEST. ANOTHER AREA OF VERY LIGHT RAIN WAS MOVING OUT OF
THE TEXAS PANHADLE AND INTO FAR WESTERN OKLAHOMA. TEMPERATURES RANGED
FROM THE LOWER 30S IN NORTHERN OKLAHOMA TO THE UPPER 30S NEAR THE RED
RIVER IN SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN NORTH TEXAS. WINDS WERE FROM
THE SOUTHEAST AT 5 TO 10 MPH.

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