Regional Weather Summary
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
800 PM CST FRI FEB 27 2015

ON WHAT HAS BEEN ONE OF THE COLDEST DAYS THIS WINTER SEASON...SNOW
SHOWERS SLOWLY MADE THEIR WAY ACROSS OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN NORTH
TEXAS. SNOW TOTALS RANGED FROM 0.5 INCHES IN OKLAHOMA CITY TO 4
INCHES IN ALTUS AND 5 INCHES IN DAVIS. THE HEAVIEST BANDS FELL ALONG
A LINE FROM ADA AND ARDMORE TO LAWTON TO CROWELL TEXAS. WITH
TEMPERATURES HOVERING IN THE TEENS AND LOWER 20S THROUGHOUT THE
DAY...OKLAHOMA CITY AND WICHITA FALLS BOTH SAW THEIR RECORDS FOR
DAILY COLDEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE FALL. WINDS WERE GENERALLY LIGHT
AND FROM THE NORTHEAST. SKIES WERE OVERCAST.

BY EVENING...MOST OF THE SNOW SHOWERS HAD MOVED ON...LEAVING
OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN NORTH TEXAS COATED IN A LAYER OF WHITE. A FEW
SNOW BANDS CONTINUED ON INTO THE EVENING OVER PORTIONS OF
SOUTHWESTERN OKLAHOMA. TEMPERATURES CONTINUED TO HOVER IN THE TEENS
AS WINDS BLEW AT 5 TO 10 MPH FROM THE EAST. SKIES REMAINED OVERCAST.

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MAD



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