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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
900 AM CDT WED AUG 27 2014

THIS MORNING... SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS HAD AGAIN MOVED ACROSS
NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA... AS AN UPPER STORM SYSTEM WAS APPROACHING FROM
THE WEST. THE HEAVIEST RAINFALL OF 1.0 TO 1.5 INCHES WAS NEAR AND
AROUND WOODWARD... WITH 0.5 TO NEAR AN INCH OF RAIN IN OUTLYING
AREAS.  OTHERWISE... THE SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY ACROSS
NORTHCENTRAL OKLAHOMA... TO CLEAR ACROSS CENTRAL THROUGH SOUTHEAST
OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN NORTH TEXAS.  THE TEMPERATURES HAD FALLEN INTO
THE UPPER 60S TO LOWER 70 ACROSS OUR REGION... WHICH WAS NEARLY
SEASONABLY NORMAL FOR LATE AUGUST MORNINGS.  THE MOST HUMID AIR
REMAINED IN PLACE ACROSS CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA... WITH
MUGGY CONDITIONS GENERALLY EAST OF I-44.  A WEAK PRESSURE GRADIENT
RESULTED IN ANOTHER NIGHT OF LIGHT AND VARIABLE WINDS.

BY 9 AM... THE SKIES RANGED FROM PARTLY SUNNY TO OVERCAST ACROSS
NORTHERN OKLAHOMA... WITH RAIN SHOWERS ACROSS FAR NORTHWEST
OKLAHOMA.  THE SKIES WERE SUNNY ACROSS THE REMAINDER OF OUR REGION.
THE TEMPERATURES HAD SO FAR WARMED INTO THE UPPER 70S TO LOWER
80S... WITH WINDS BECOMING SOUTHEASTERLY AT 5 MPH.

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