Regional Weather Summary
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
900 AM CDT SAT APR 18 2015

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS LAST NIGHT GRADUALLY EXPANDED IN AREAL
COVERAGE AS THE MOVED NORTHEAST OUT OF SOUTH CENTRAL INTO THE
EASTERN THIRD OF OKLAHOMA. MOST AREAS RECEIVED LESS THAN ONE TENTH
OF AN INCH OF RAINFALL...WITH AMOUNTS OVER ONE INCH IN PORTIONS OF
LOVE COUNTY IN SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA. ELSEWHERE THE SKY WAS CLOUDY FOR
MUCH OF THE NIGHT...WITH GRADUALLY CLEARING FROM THE WEST AS THE
NIGHT PROGRESSED. FOG FORMED BEFORE SUNRISE WHERE THE SKY HAD
CLEARED...DROPPING VISIBILITIES TO UNDER ONE HALF MILE IN A FEW
LOCATIONS. THE WIND VARIED FROM AN EAST TO SOUTH DIRECTION AT LESS
THAN 10 MPH...WITH CALM CONDITIONS IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS. MINIMUM
TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING WERE MOSTLY IN THE 50S...RANGING FROM 49
DEGREES AT MANGUM TO 60 DEGREES AT NEWKIRK AND DURANT.

THIS MORNING...THE SKY REMAINED MOSTLY CLOUDY OVER PORTIONS OF NORTH
CENTRAL OKLAHOMA...WITH LIGHT RAIN CONTINUING OVER PORTIONS OF NOBLE
AND KAY COUNTIES. ELSEWHERE THE SKY WAS MLEAR TO PARTLY CLOUDY. FOG
PERSISTED OVER PORTIONS OF SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN NORTH
TEXAS...BUT VISIBILITIES WERE GRADUALLY INCREASING. THE WIND
CONTINUED TO VARY IN DIRECTION AT LESS THAN 10 MPH...WITH A SHIFT TO
A SUSTAINED SOUTHERLY DIRECTION NOTED ACROSS WESTERN OKLAHOMA AND
WESTERN NORTH TEXAS. TEMPERATURES HAD WARMED INTO THE LOW AND MID
60S ACROSS THE AREA.

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