Regional Weather Summary
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
800 PM CST TUE JAN 27 2015

EARLY THIS AFTERNOON... HIGH CLOUDINESS HAD SPREAD IN OFF THE
SOUTHERN HIGH PLAINS... KEEPING SKIES MOSTLY SUNNY ACROSS WESTERN
NORTH TEXAS AND ALL OF WESTERN OKLAHOMA... TO SUNNY ACROSS THE
CENTRAL ONE THIRD OF OKLAHOMA.  AN UPPER RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE
CONTINUED TO BUILD IN FROM OUR WEST... KEEPING OUR WARMING TREND
GOING FOR ANOTHER DAY.  OUR TEMPERATURES HAD RISEN INTO THE MID TO
UPPER 70S ACROSS MUCH OF OUR REGION... WHICH WAS 20 TO 25 DEGREES
WARMER THAN THE 30 YEAR NORMAL FOR LATE JANUARY DAYS.  OKLAHOMA CITY
HAD ANOTHER RECORD BREAKING HIGH OF 78 DEGREES... TO 77 DEGREES AT
WICHITA FALLS AND LAWTON.  HOWEVER... NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA WAS THE
WARMEST PART OF OUR REGION... WITH HIGHS IN THE LOWER TO MIDDLE 80S.
ALVA HAD A HIGH OF 84 DEGREES.  A SURFACE LOW PRESSURE CIRCULATION
ACROSS THE NORTHERN U.S. ROCKIES BROUGHT IN OUR UNSEASONABLE MILD
AIR... PRODUCING A SOUTHWEST WIND AT 10 TO 15 MPH.  BY LATE
AFTERNOON... HIGH CLOUDINESS BEGAN INCREASING INTO CENTRAL OKLAHOMA.

AT 8 PM... THE SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY ACROSS WESTERN INTO SOME
PORTIONS OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA... TO PARTLY CLOUDY ACROSS THE
REMAINDER OF OUR REGION.  THE TEMPERATURES HAD SO FAR FALLEN INTO
THE UPPER 50S TO LOWER 60S.  THE WINDS HAD SHIFTED SLIGHTLY... AND
WERE OUT OF THE SOUTH AT 5 TO 10 MPH.

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