Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Norman OK
857 AM CDT SUN JUL 24 2016

Western north Texas, and most of Oklahoma, had a clear sky during
the overnight hours. Mid and high level clouds drifted east over
northern portions of Oklahoma, making the sky partly to mostly
cloudy. A few very light rainshowers developed over portions of
northern Oklahoma around sunrise. Only trace amounts of rainfall
were reported. Under a light southerly wind, low temperatures were
mostly in the 70s, ranging from 69 degrees at Erick, to 80 degrees
at Ponca City and Fairview.

This morning, a few very light rainshowers were dissipating over
Kay County in north central Oklahoma, while additional light
rainshowers were approaching extreme northwest Oklahoma from the
panhandle. Elsewhere the sky was mostly clear. Southerly winds
persisted across the area, at speeds of 5 to 15 mph. Temperatures
were in the 80s across the area.


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