Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS84 KOUN 020103
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OKZ004>048-050>052-TXZ083>090-020300-
REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
800 PM CDT WED OCT 1 2014

A HOT AFTERNOON WAS PRESENT ACROSS OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN NORTH TEXAS.
MOST LOCATIONS WERE IN THE MID 90S...WHICH IS AROUND 15 DEGREES
ABOVE AVERAGE. HIGH TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 88 DEGREES AT BUFFALO
TO 98 DEGREES AT WICHITA FALLS. ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED IN
NORTH CENTRAL OKLAHOMA. THE GREATEST REPORTED RAINFALL WAS ONLY 0.04
INCHES AT RED ROCK. THE THUNDERSTORMS MOVED NORTHEAST OUT OF THE
AREA BY LATE AFTERNOON. OTHERWISE...THE SKY WAS PARTLY CLOUDY ACROSS
THE AREA WITH FAIR WEATHER CUMULUS CLOUDS. WINDS WERE FROM THE SOUTH
AROUND 10 TO 20 MPH...WITH GUSTS NEAR 30 MPH.

THIS EVENING...THE SKY HAD BEEN PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY. AN ISOLATED
SHOWER HAS BEEN DEVELOPING JUST NORTH OF THE WICHITA MOUNTAINS.
TEMPERATURES HAVE DROPPED AROUND 5 TO 10 DEGREES FROM THE AFTERNOON
HIGHS. SOME LOCATIONS IN SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN NORTH TEXAS
ARE STILL VERY WARM IN THE UPPER 80S. WINDS HAVE BEEN FROM THE
SOUTHEAST AROUND 10 TO 15 MPH...WITH GUSTS OVER 20 MPH.

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MAHALE


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