Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Oklahoma City, OK

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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
900 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

OVERNIGHT...A COMPLEX OF THUNDERSTORMS MOVED FROM NORTHEAST TO
SOUTHWEST ACROSS NORTHERN AND CENTRAL OKLAHOMA. OVER A QUARTER OF AN
INCH OF RAINFALL WAS REPORTED WITH THIS COMPLEX OF THUNDERSTORMS.
THE HIGHEST RAINFALL TOTAL SO FAR WAS 0.62 INCHES IN MARENA. GUSTY
NORTHEAST WINDS WERE PRESENT BEHIND THE COMPLEX...WITH GUSTS OVER 40
MPH IN SOME LOCATIONS. THE HIGHEST WIND GUST WAS 45 MPH AT
BRECKINRIDGE. AHEAD OF THE COMPLEX...WINDS WERE LIGHT AND VARIABLE
AND THE SKY WAS PARTLY CLOUDY. LOW TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE MID
60S TO LOW 70S ACROSS THE REGION.

THIS MORNING...THE COMPLEX OF THUNDERSTORMS CONTINUES TO PROPAGATE
TO THE SOUTHWEST. THE COMPLEX WAS MOVING THROUGH THE I-35 CORRIDOR IN
CENTRAL OKLAHOMA. GUST NORTHEAST WINDS HAVE BEEN PRESENT BEHIND THE
OUTFLOW. A 42 MPH WIND GUST WAS RECENTLY REPORTED IN NORTH OKLAHOMA
CITY WITH THE COMPLEX. TEMPERATURES HAVE COOLED INTO THE MID 60S
BEHIND THE OUTFLOW BOUNDARY ASSOCIATED WITH THE COMPLEX OF
THUNDERSTORMS. AHEAD OF THE OUTFLOW BOUNDARY...TEMPERATURES HAVE
BEEN IN THE MID 70S AHEAD OF THE COMPLEX. OUTSIDE THE
COMPLEX...WINDS HAVE BEEN LIGHT AND VARIABLE.

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MAHALE



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