Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS84 KOUN 301359

Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Norman OK
859 AM CDT MON MAY 30 2016

A complex of thunderstorms moved across western north Texas and
southwest Oklahoma during the overnight hours, with widely
scattered showers amd thunderstorms in portions of central and
north central Oklahoma. Rainfall varied from just a trace to
around three inches in the Lake Texoma area. Outside the
precipitation areas, the sky was mostly cloudy. The wind was
variable in direction at less than 10 mph, with higher gusts near
some of the stronger thunderstorms in southern Oklahoma and
western north Texas. Minimum temperatures were mostly in the 50s
and 60s, ranging from 49 degrees at Gage, to 66 degrees at
Holdenville in Hughes county.

This morning, the sky was clear over the western third of
Oklahoma, with a partly to mostly cloudy sky elsewhere. The wind
was from a southerly direction at less than 10 mph across most of
the area, with a light northerly wind in western portions of north
Texas. Temperatures were in the mid and upper 60s.


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