Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS84 KOUN 230103

Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Norman OK
803 PM CDT Sat Oct 22 2016

The afternoon sky was clear over western north Texas and Oklahoma.
At the surface, high presure in the lower Mississippi Valley, and
low pressure in the Oklahoma Panhandle, combined to produce a
southwesterly wind across the area. Windspeeds averaged 10 to 20
mph, with gusts to 30 mph across western Oklahoma and western
north Texas. High temperatures ranged from 74 degrees at Fittstown
in southeast Oklahoma, to 86 degrees at Buffalo in extreme
northwest Oklahoma. Across western north Texas, maximum
temperatures ranged from 79 degrees at Wchita Falls to 84 degrees
at Knox City.

This evening, the sky remained clear. The wind had backed to a
southerly direction, and windspeeds had diminished to a 5 to 15
mph range. Occassional gusts to 20 mph were observed across
western Oklahoma and western north Texas. temperatures had cooled
into the 60s.


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