Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Norman OK
902 AM CDT WED JUL 27 2016

This morning, the skies were partly cloudy across the western two
thirds of Oklahoma and western north Texas. The temperatures had
fallen into the upper 60s across northwest Oklahoma, to the lower
70s across the remainder of our region, which was seasonably
normal for late July nights. A weak cold front had advanced across
northern Oklahoma, producing a light northeast wind at 5 mph
behind the front. However ahead of the cold front, winds stayed
light and variable. Around sunrise, an isolated thunderstorm had
fired up across southeast Oklahoma, producing some heavy rain
across eastern Atoka county.

By 9 am, the skies were overcast across southeast Oklahoma, with
only scattered light rain falling across Atoka county, which was
remnants of the aforementioned thunderstorm. The skies ranged
from mostly to partly sunny across the remainder of our region.
The temperatures had so far warmed into the upper 70s to lower
80s. A nearly stalled cold front was stretched across northern
Oklahoma, with a northeast wind at 5 mph behind the front. However
ahead of the frontal boundary, the winds remained light and

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