Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Norman OK
900 AM CDT SAT SEP 24 2016

Early this morning, some midlevel cloudiness from storms across
the Texas panhandle had increased across the western one third
Oklahoma and western north Texas, keeping skies there mostly
cloudy. However, the night skies stayed clear across the central
one third of Oklahoma. An exiting upper ridge of high pressure
resulted in one last night of unseasonably warm mild night air,
with temperatures falling into the lower 70s, which was about 10
degrees warmer than normal for late September nights. Low surface
pressure across the central high plains produced a southeast wind
at 5 to 10 mph across our region. By sunrise, the cloudiness began
spreading into central Oklahoma.

At 9 am, isolated showers with weak thunderstorms had began
firing up across our southwest, generally between Medicine Park
through Archer City Texas. Otherwise, increasing midlevel
cloudiness was keeping the skies ranging from mostly to partly
sunny across our region. Our temperatures had so far warmed into
the mid to upper 70s, while winds were becoming more southerly at
10 to 15 mph. Western Oklahoma was having gusts between 20 to 25
mph.

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