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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
900 AM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

THIS MORNING... A LOW CLOUD DECK HAD INCREASED ACROSS THE
WESTERN TWO THIRDS OF OKLAHOMA... RESULTING IN MOSTLY CLOUDY TO
OVERCAST SKIES.  WESTERN NORTH TEXAS STARTED OUT PARTLY CLOUDY...
BECOMING OVERCAST BY 5 AM.  INCREASING MOISTURE AND SOUTHEAST WINDS
AT 5 TO 10 MPH ASSOCIATED WITH AN ADVANCING WARM FRONT HAD RESULTED
IN WARMER TEMPERATURES IN THE LOWER TO MID 50S ACROSS SOUTHCENTRAL
AND SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA AND PORTIONS OF WESTERN NORTH TEXAS.
MEANWHILE... THE TEMPERATURES ACROSS CENTRAL OKLAHOMA MANAGED TO
FALL INTO THE LOWER TO MID 40S AFTER MIDNIGHT... WARMING INTO THE
MID 50S BEFORE DAYLIGHT AS THE WARM FRONT APPROACHED.  HIGH SURFACE
PRESSURE ACROSS THE MIDWESTERN U.S. REGION RESULTED IN NORTHEAST
WINDS AT 5 TO 10 MPH AHEAD OF THE WARM FRONT... WITH TEMPERATURES
THERE DROPPING INTO THE LOWER TO MID 30S... AND WIND CHILL VALUES IN
THE UPPER 30S.  BY 5 AM... PATCHY FOG BEGAN TO DEVELOP ACROSS MOST
OF OUR REGION... WHILE A WEAK UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCE RESULTED IN
SCATTERED LIGHT RAIN ACROSS PORTIONS OF EASTCENTRAL AND NORTHCENTRAL
OKLAHOMA.  THE FOG BECAME MORE DENSE AFTER DAYLIGHT ACROSS MANY
LOCATIONS... WITH VISIBILITIES REDUCED BELOW A QUARTER MILE AT
LOCATIONS SUCH AS CHANDLER... ALTUS... AND ENID.

AT 9 AM... THE SKIES WERE OVERCAST ACROSS OUR REGION.  THE WARM
FRONT WAS STRETCHED ACROSS CENTRAL OKLAHOMA... GENERALLY ALONG
THE I-44 CORRIDOR.  THE TEMPERATURES BEHIND THE WARM FRONT WERE IN
THE MID 50S TO 60 DEGREES... WITH SOUTHERLY WINDS AT 10 TO 15 MPH.
AHEAD OF THE WARM FRONT... THE TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE MID 30S TO
LOWER 40S... AND LIGHT NORTHERLY WINDS.  PATCHY TO DENSE FOG
CONTINUED ON BOTH SIDES OF THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY.

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