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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
900 AM CDT WED OCT 22 2014

EARLY THIS MORNING... THE SKIES WERE CLEAR ACROSS THE WESTERN TWO
THIRDS OF OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN NORTH TEXAS.  THE TEMPERATURES HAD
FALLEN INTO THE MID TO UPPER 50S.  FOG HAD AGAIN DEVELOPED ACROSS
THE CENTRAL ONE THIRD OF OKLAHOMA.  THE FOG WAS DENSE ACROSS
SOUTHCENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA... BUT MORE LIGHT AND PATCHY
ACROSS THE REMAINDER OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA.  THE VISIBILITY HAD BEEN
REDUCED BELOW ONE MILE IN ARDMORE.  LOW SURFACE PRESSURE ACROSS THE
CENTRAL HIGH PLAINS PRODUCED A SOUTH WIND AT 15 TO 20 MPH ONLY
ACROSS FAR NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA... WHILE A WEAK PRESSURE GRADIENT KEPT
THE WINDS LIGHT AND VARIABLE ACROSS THE REMAINDER OF OUR REGION. BY
SUNRISE... A LOW OVERCAST CLOUD DECK ACROSS THE HIGH SOUTHERN PLAINS
HAD BEGAN SPREADING INTO FAR WESTERN OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN NORTH
TEXAS.

AT 9 AM... THE SKIES WERE BECOMING OVERCAST ACROSS WESTERN OKLAHOMA
AND WESTERN NORTH TEXAS... WHILE SKIES WERE SUNNY ACROSS THE REST OF
OUR REGION.  SCATTERED LIGHT RAIN WAS MOVING INTO THE FAR WESTERN
EDGES OF WESTERN NORTH TEXAS.  THE TEMPERATURES HAD SO FAR WARMED
INTO THE UPPER 50S TO LOWER 60S.  NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA HAD PERSISTING
SOUTH WINDS AT 15 GUSTING TO 20 MPH... WHILE THE REMAINDER OF OUR
REGION HAD LIGHT SOUTHEAST WINDS AT 5 MPH.

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