Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Oklahoma City, OK

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service Norman OK
910 AM CDT TUE MAY 31 2016

This morning, the skies were overcast across the western two
thirds of Oklahoma and western north Texas. Strong to a few severe
thunderstorms had developed across northern and portions of
central Oklahoma, with some light scattered rain just south of
I-40. The temperatures had fallen into upper 50s to lower 60s
under the storms across northern Oklahoma, to the mid to upper 60s
across the remainder of our region. Low surface pressure across
the southern high plains kept our winds generally out of the
southeast at 5 mph. However, outflow from the storms had produced
more northerly winds at 10 to 20 mph across our north, with
slightly higher gusts.

By 9 am, the skies were sunny across northwest Oklahoma, to
partly sunny across central Oklahoma, to overcast across the rest
of our region.  Showers and weak thunderstorms were moving across
east central Oklahoma, just east of the OKC metro. The outflow
boundary was spread nearly along the I-44 corridor, with northeast
winds at 10 mph to the north of the boundary, and light southeast
winds up to 5 mph south of the boundary. The temperatures had so
far risen into the lower 70s across southern Oklahoma into western
north Texas, to the mid to upper 60s across the remainder of our

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