Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Norman OK
913 AM CDT SUN SEP 25 2016

This morning, the skies were overcast across the western two
thirds of Oklahoma and western north Texas. An upper level
disturbance digging across our region resulted in widespread
showers and thunderstorms across much of the central one third of
Oklahoma, with the heaviest rainfall amounts since midnight of
generally 1 to 3 inches across southcentral Oklahoma. The
Tishomingo mesonet site measured 3.45 inches since midnight. The
remainder of our region had widespread light rain, with just a
few thunderstorms developing across westcentral Oklahoma around
sunrise. Low temperatures across the region were in the mid to
upper 60s. However by 6 am, a strong cold front across the central
plains had pushed into far northwest Oklahoma, with temperatures
continuing to fall behind the front. The winds had shifted out of
the north at 20 to 25 mph as well behind the cold front, while
winds stayed light and variable ahead of the front.

At 913 am, the skies had become partly sunny across central
Oklahoma, while the skies remained overcast across the rest of our
region. The cold front continued to push across northwest
Oklahoma. rain showers were falling just ahead of the cold front
in westcentral Oklahoma, with additional light rain across
southeast Oklahoma and western north Texas. The temperatures were
in the upper 50s behind the cold front, along with gusty north
winds at 20 to 25 mph and gusts up to 30 mph. Meanwhile ahead of
the cold front, temperatures were in the upper 60s to lower 70s,
with light and variable winds.

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