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AWUS84 KTSA 011449

849 AM CST TUE DEC 1 2015

Surface high pressure was nearly overhead last night across
eastern Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas. Clouds thinned as the
night progressed...however were slow to clear from northwest to
southeast...especially across southeast Oklahoma and west central
Arkansas where low clouds hung on for most of the night. As a
result...slightly warmer overnight lows were observed in those most temperatures bottomed out in the lower and
middle 30s. Further north and northwest...skies had briefly
cleared but high clouds had spread back into parts of northeast
Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas. Overnight lows were mostly in
the upper 20s to lower 30s. Winds were generally light as a result
of high pressure settling over the southern plains.

As of mid morning...mid and high cloud covered just about all of
eastern Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas. High pressure had slid
east just a little...with light south winds returning to parts of
eastern Oklahoma. Light and variable winds were noted elsewhere.
Areawide temperatures were in the middle to upper 30s...with a few
lower 30s noted across far northeast Oklahoma...mainly in
locations near the Kansas border.

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