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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
800 PM CDT TUE APR 15 2014

EARLIER THIS AFTERNOON... THE SKIES WERE SUNNY ACROSS THE WESTERN
TWO THIRDS OF OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN NORTH TEXAS.  YESTERDAYS UPPER
TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE HAD MOVED WELL OFF TO OUR EAST... AS A
WARMING TREND HAD FINALLY BEGAN.  OUR TEMPERATURES HAD RISEN INTO
THE LOWER TO MID 60S... WHICH WAS A 15 TO 20 DEGREE WARMUP FROM
YESTERDAY.  BOTH OKLAHOMA CITY AND WICHITA FALLS HAD A HIGH OF 65
DEGREES.  CLIMATICALLY... OUR TEMPERATURES WERE STILL ABOUT 10
DEGREES COOLER THAN NORMAL FOR MID APRIL DAYS.  LOW SURFACE PRESSURE
ACROSS THE NORTHERN HIGH PLAINS PRODUCED A CHANGE OF WARMER SOUTH
WINDS AT 10 TO 15 MPH... WITH 20 TO 30 MPH GUSTS.  BY 4 PM...
WIDESPREAD HIGH CLOUDINESS OFF THE CENTRAL HIGH PLAINS HAD BEGAN
SPREADING INTO NORTHERN OKLAHOMA... AND INTO CENTRAL OKLAHOMA BY
EARLY EVENING.

AT 8 PM... HIGH CLOUDINESS CONTINUED TO SPREAD ACROSS PORTIONS OUR
REGION... WITH MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES ACROSS NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA... TO
PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES ACROSS CENTRAL OKLAHOMA.  THE REST OF OUR REGION
HAD CLEAR SKIES.  THE TEMPERATURES HAD SO FAR FALLEN INTO THE UPPER
50S TO LOWER 60S.  THE WINDS REMAINED OUT OF THE SOUTH AT 10 TO 15
MPH.  WESTERN OKLAHOMA HAD GUSTS AT 20 TO 25 MPH.

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