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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
800 PM CDT THU APR 24 2014

THIS AFTERNOON... A LINE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS HAD DEVELOPED
ALONG A COLD FRONT STRETCHED ACROSS EASTCENTRAL OKLAHOMA... WITH THE
STORMS THERE STAYING WELL BELOW SEVERE.  A TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE
ALOFT KEPT THE SKIES PARTLY SUNNY ACROSS NORTHCENTRAL OKLAHOMA... TO
MOSTLY SUNNY ACROSS CENTRAL THROUGH SOUTHCENTRAL OKLAHOMA.  THE
WESTERN ONE THIRD OF OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN NORTH TEXAS STAYED ALL
SUNNY.  BY MID AFTERNOON... THE COLD FRONT HAD PUSHED THROUGH OUR
ENTIRE REGION... PRODUCING WINDY CONDITIONS ON ITS BACKSIDE.. WITH
NORTHWEST WINDS AT 20 TO 25 MPH GUSTING 30 TO 40 MPH.  THE
TEMPERATURES WERE MILD WITH MUCH DRIER AIR... WARMING INTO THE MID
TO UPPER 70S... WHICH WAS NORMAL FOR LATE APRIL DAYS.  TOWARD EARLY
EVENING... SOME HIGH CLOUDINESS OFF THE PANHANDLES HAD SPREAD INTO
OUR REGION... AS OUR UPPER TROUGH FINALLY EXITED EASTWARD OUT OF OUR
REGION.

AT 8 PM... HIGH CLOUDINESS OFF THE HIGH PLAINS CONTINUED TO SPREAD
IN ACROSS OUR REGION... KEEPING SKIES PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY. THE
TEMPERATURES HAD SO FAR FALLEN INTO THE UPPER 60S.  THE WINDS
REMAINED NORTHERLY AT 5 TO 10 MPH.

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