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AWUS84 KTSA 070308
RWSTSA

EASTERN OKLAHOMA/NORTHWEST ARKANSAS WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK
908 PM CST SAT FEB 6 2016

The sky was sunny across all of eastern Oklahoma and western
Arkansas by late afternoon. High temperatures today ranged in the
50s, with the wind primarily light from the south.

By mid evening, sky conditions remained clear across most of eastern
Oklahoma and over western Arkansas. Surface high pressure maintained
a clear sky extending from the south end of the Great Lakes,
stretching to the southwest, encompassing the entire state of Texas.
Temperatures ranged from the mid 30s to mid 40s, with the wind
light from the southwest.

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AWUS84 KTSA 070308
RWSTSA

EASTERN OKLAHOMA/NORTHWEST ARKANSAS WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK
908 PM CST SAT FEB 6 2016

The sky was sunny across all of eastern Oklahoma and western
Arkansas by late afternoon. High temperatures today ranged in the
50s, with the wind primarily light from the south.

By mid evening, sky conditions remained clear across most of eastern
Oklahoma and over western Arkansas. Surface high pressure maintained
a clear sky extending from the south end of the Great Lakes,
stretching to the southwest, encompassing the entire state of Texas.
Temperatures ranged from the mid 30s to mid 40s, with the wind
light from the southwest.

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AWUS84 KTSA 070308
RWSTSA

EASTERN OKLAHOMA/NORTHWEST ARKANSAS WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK
908 PM CST SAT FEB 6 2016

The sky was sunny across all of eastern Oklahoma and western
Arkansas by late afternoon. High temperatures today ranged in the
50s, with the wind primarily light from the south.

By mid evening, sky conditions remained clear across most of eastern
Oklahoma and over western Arkansas. Surface high pressure maintained
a clear sky extending from the south end of the Great Lakes,
stretching to the southwest, encompassing the entire state of Texas.
Temperatures ranged from the mid 30s to mid 40s, with the wind
light from the southwest.

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AWUS84 KOUN 070155
RWSOUN

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
805 PM CST SAT FEB 6 2016

SATURDAY AFTERNOON ACROSS OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN NORTH TEXAS
WAS SUNNY AND MILD. TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE 50S ACROSS THE
AREA.

MID EVENING SKIES WERE CLEAR TO PARTLY CLOUDY. HIGH CLOUDINESS
HAD MOVED INTO PORTIONS OF OKLAHOMA FROM THE NORTH. TEMPERATURES
RANGED FROM THE MID 30S TO THE LOWER 40S. WINDS WERE FROM THE
SOUTH AT 5 TO 15 MPH.


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000
AWUS84 KTSA 061707
RWSTSA

EASTERN OKLAHOMA/NORTHWEST ARKANSAS WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK
1107 AM CST SAT FEB 6 2016

Partly cloudy to mostly clear skies persisted through the morning
hours across eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas. Low
temperatures this morning dropped down into the middle 20s, to
the middle 30s. At 11am, winds were light and variable.
Temperatures ranged from 47 degrees in Bartlesville, to 50
degrees in McAlester.

Quiet and dry weather will continue today, with mostly sunny
skies and near seasonal temperatures. Winds will gradually turn
out of the south during the evening. A cold front will approach
the area Sunday. Ahead of this frontal boundary, southerly winds
will increase mid day Sunday, with gusts between 30 and 35 miles
per hour along and northwest of highway 44. These conditions will
create high fire weather concerns and elevated fire spread
potential. Behind the front, strong northerly winds will persist
into Monday continuing the fire weather threat.

High temperatures today, will range from the lower 50s across
northeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas, to the upper 50s
across southeast Oklahoma.

Low temperatures tonight, will range from the upper 20s across
northeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas, to the middle 30s
across southeast Oklahoma.

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000
AWUS84 KTSA 061707
RWSTSA

EASTERN OKLAHOMA/NORTHWEST ARKANSAS WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK
1107 AM CST SAT FEB 6 2016

Partly cloudy to mostly clear skies persisted through the morning
hours across eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas. Low
temperatures this morning dropped down into the middle 20s, to
the middle 30s. At 11am, winds were light and variable.
Temperatures ranged from 47 degrees in Bartlesville, to 50
degrees in McAlester.

Quiet and dry weather will continue today, with mostly sunny
skies and near seasonal temperatures. Winds will gradually turn
out of the south during the evening. A cold front will approach
the area Sunday. Ahead of this frontal boundary, southerly winds
will increase mid day Sunday, with gusts between 30 and 35 miles
per hour along and northwest of highway 44. These conditions will
create high fire weather concerns and elevated fire spread
potential. Behind the front, strong northerly winds will persist
into Monday continuing the fire weather threat.

High temperatures today, will range from the lower 50s across
northeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas, to the upper 50s
across southeast Oklahoma.

Low temperatures tonight, will range from the upper 20s across
northeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas, to the middle 30s
across southeast Oklahoma.

$$

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000
AWUS84 KTSA 061707
RWSTSA

EASTERN OKLAHOMA/NORTHWEST ARKANSAS WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK
1107 AM CST SAT FEB 6 2016

Partly cloudy to mostly clear skies persisted through the morning
hours across eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas. Low
temperatures this morning dropped down into the middle 20s, to
the middle 30s. At 11am, winds were light and variable.
Temperatures ranged from 47 degrees in Bartlesville, to 50
degrees in McAlester.

Quiet and dry weather will continue today, with mostly sunny
skies and near seasonal temperatures. Winds will gradually turn
out of the south during the evening. A cold front will approach
the area Sunday. Ahead of this frontal boundary, southerly winds
will increase mid day Sunday, with gusts between 30 and 35 miles
per hour along and northwest of highway 44. These conditions will
create high fire weather concerns and elevated fire spread
potential. Behind the front, strong northerly winds will persist
into Monday continuing the fire weather threat.

High temperatures today, will range from the lower 50s across
northeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas, to the upper 50s
across southeast Oklahoma.

Low temperatures tonight, will range from the upper 20s across
northeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas, to the middle 30s
across southeast Oklahoma.

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000
AWUS84 KOUN 061504
RWSOUN

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
900 AM CST SAT FEB 6 2016

PATCHES OF LIGHT RAIN MOVED EAST ACROSS WESTERN NORTH TEXAS AND
OKLAHOMA OVERNIGHT. RAINFALL WAS GENERALLY ONLY A FEW HUNDRETHS OF
AN INCH...WITH AMOUNTS OF ONE QUARTER TO ONE THIRD OF AN INCH IN THE
LAKE TEXOMA AREA. THE SKY GRADUALLY CLEARED OVER THE NORTHWEST HALF
OF OKLAHOMA AND MOST OF WESTERN NORTH TEXAS BY SUNRISE. A COLD FRONT
ALSO SHIFTEED THE WIND FROM THE EAST TO NORTHWEST AS THE LIGHT RAIN
ENDED. LOW TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING RANGED FROM 21 DEGREES AT
BUFFALO TO 40 DEGREES AT SHAWNEE. ACROSS WESTERN NORTH
TEXAS...MINIMUM TEMPERATURES VARIED FROM 28 DEGREES AT ODELL TO 31
DEGREES AT WICHITA FALLS AND SEYMOUR.

THIS MORNING...THE SKY WAS CLEAR TO THE WEST OF A LINE FROM PONCA
CITY TO OKLAHOMA CITY TO WICHITA FALLS...AND MOSTLY CLOUDY TO THE
EAST OF THE SAME LINE. PATCHES OF LIGHT RAIN CONTINUED OVER MARSHALL
AND BRYAN COUNTIES IN SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA. THE COLD FRONT EXTENDED
FROM NEAR VINITA SOUTHWEST TO LAKE TEXOMA. AHEAD OF THE FRONT THE
WIND WAS LIGHT FROM AN EASTERLY DIRECTION. BEHIND THE FRONT THE WIND
WAS NORTHERLY AT 5 TO 15 MPH. TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE UPPER 20S
IN NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA...TO THE LOWER 40S IN PORTIONS OF EASTERN AND
SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA.

$$

FM




000
AWUS84 KOUN 061504
RWSOUN

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
900 AM CST SAT FEB 6 2016

PATCHES OF LIGHT RAIN MOVED EAST ACROSS WESTERN NORTH TEXAS AND
OKLAHOMA OVERNIGHT. RAINFALL WAS GENERALLY ONLY A FEW HUNDRETHS OF
AN INCH...WITH AMOUNTS OF ONE QUARTER TO ONE THIRD OF AN INCH IN THE
LAKE TEXOMA AREA. THE SKY GRADUALLY CLEARED OVER THE NORTHWEST HALF
OF OKLAHOMA AND MOST OF WESTERN NORTH TEXAS BY SUNRISE. A COLD FRONT
ALSO SHIFTEED THE WIND FROM THE EAST TO NORTHWEST AS THE LIGHT RAIN
ENDED. LOW TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING RANGED FROM 21 DEGREES AT
BUFFALO TO 40 DEGREES AT SHAWNEE. ACROSS WESTERN NORTH
TEXAS...MINIMUM TEMPERATURES VARIED FROM 28 DEGREES AT ODELL TO 31
DEGREES AT WICHITA FALLS AND SEYMOUR.

THIS MORNING...THE SKY WAS CLEAR TO THE WEST OF A LINE FROM PONCA
CITY TO OKLAHOMA CITY TO WICHITA FALLS...AND MOSTLY CLOUDY TO THE
EAST OF THE SAME LINE. PATCHES OF LIGHT RAIN CONTINUED OVER MARSHALL
AND BRYAN COUNTIES IN SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA. THE COLD FRONT EXTENDED
FROM NEAR VINITA SOUTHWEST TO LAKE TEXOMA. AHEAD OF THE FRONT THE
WIND WAS LIGHT FROM AN EASTERLY DIRECTION. BEHIND THE FRONT THE WIND
WAS NORTHERLY AT 5 TO 15 MPH. TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE UPPER 20S
IN NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA...TO THE LOWER 40S IN PORTIONS OF EASTERN AND
SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA.

$$

FM




000
AWUS84 KOUN 061504
RWSOUN

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
900 AM CST SAT FEB 6 2016

PATCHES OF LIGHT RAIN MOVED EAST ACROSS WESTERN NORTH TEXAS AND
OKLAHOMA OVERNIGHT. RAINFALL WAS GENERALLY ONLY A FEW HUNDRETHS OF
AN INCH...WITH AMOUNTS OF ONE QUARTER TO ONE THIRD OF AN INCH IN THE
LAKE TEXOMA AREA. THE SKY GRADUALLY CLEARED OVER THE NORTHWEST HALF
OF OKLAHOMA AND MOST OF WESTERN NORTH TEXAS BY SUNRISE. A COLD FRONT
ALSO SHIFTEED THE WIND FROM THE EAST TO NORTHWEST AS THE LIGHT RAIN
ENDED. LOW TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING RANGED FROM 21 DEGREES AT
BUFFALO TO 40 DEGREES AT SHAWNEE. ACROSS WESTERN NORTH
TEXAS...MINIMUM TEMPERATURES VARIED FROM 28 DEGREES AT ODELL TO 31
DEGREES AT WICHITA FALLS AND SEYMOUR.

THIS MORNING...THE SKY WAS CLEAR TO THE WEST OF A LINE FROM PONCA
CITY TO OKLAHOMA CITY TO WICHITA FALLS...AND MOSTLY CLOUDY TO THE
EAST OF THE SAME LINE. PATCHES OF LIGHT RAIN CONTINUED OVER MARSHALL
AND BRYAN COUNTIES IN SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA. THE COLD FRONT EXTENDED
FROM NEAR VINITA SOUTHWEST TO LAKE TEXOMA. AHEAD OF THE FRONT THE
WIND WAS LIGHT FROM AN EASTERLY DIRECTION. BEHIND THE FRONT THE WIND
WAS NORTHERLY AT 5 TO 15 MPH. TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE UPPER 20S
IN NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA...TO THE LOWER 40S IN PORTIONS OF EASTERN AND
SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA.

$$

FM



000
AWUS84 KOUN 061503
RWSOUN

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
900 AM CST SAT FEB 6 2016

PATCHES OF LIGHT RAIN MOVED EAST ACROSS WESTERN NORTH TEXAS AND
OKLAHOMA OVERNIGHT. RAINFALL WAS GENERALLY ONLY A FEW HUNDRETHS OF
AN INCH...WITH AMOUNTS OF ONE QUARTER TO ONE THIRD OF AN INCH IN THE
LAKE TEXOMA AREA. THE SKY GRADUALLY CLEARED OVER THE
NORTHWESTHALFOFOKLAHOMA AND MOST OF WESTERN NORTH TEXAS BY SUNRISE.
A COLD FRONT ALSO SHIFTEED THE WIND FROM THE EAST TO NORTHWEST AS
THE LIGHT RAIN ENDED. LOW TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING RANGED FROM 21
DEGREES AT BUFFALO TO 40 DEGREES AT SHAWNEE. ACROSS WESTERN NORTH
TEXAS...MINIMUM TEMPERATURES VARIED FROM 28 DEGREES AT ODELL TO 31
DEGREES AT WICHITA FALLS AND SEYMOUR.

THIS MORNING...THE SKY WAS CLEAR TO THE WEST OF A LINE FROM
PONCACITY TO OKLAHOMA CITY TO WICHITA FALLS...AND MOSTLY CLOUDY
TOTHE EAST OF THE SAME LINE. PATCHES OF LIGHT RAIN CONTINUED
OVERMARSHALL AND BRYAN COUNTIES IN SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA. THE COLD
FRONT EXTENDED FROM NEAR VINITA SOUTHWEST TO LAKE TEXOMA. AHEAD
OFTHE FRONT THE WIND WAS LIGHT FROM AN EASTERLY DIRECTION.
BEHINDTHEFRONT THE WIND WAS NORTHERLY AT 5 TO 15 MPH.
TEMPERATURESRANGED FROM THE UPPER 20S IN NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA...TO
THELOWER 40S IN PORTIONS OF EASTERN AND SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA.

$$

FM



000
AWUS84 KOUN 061503
RWSOUN

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
900 AM CST SAT FEB 6 2016

PATCHES OF LIGHT RAIN MOVED EAST ACROSS WESTERN NORTH TEXAS AND
OKLAHOMA OVERNIGHT. RAINFALL WAS GENERALLY ONLY A FEW HUNDRETHS OF
AN INCH...WITH AMOUNTS OF ONE QUARTER TO ONE THIRD OF AN INCH IN THE
LAKE TEXOMA AREA. THE SKY GRADUALLY CLEARED OVER THE
NORTHWESTHALFOFOKLAHOMA AND MOST OF WESTERN NORTH TEXAS BY SUNRISE.
A COLD FRONT ALSO SHIFTEED THE WIND FROM THE EAST TO NORTHWEST AS
THE LIGHT RAIN ENDED. LOW TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING RANGED FROM 21
DEGREES AT BUFFALO TO 40 DEGREES AT SHAWNEE. ACROSS WESTERN NORTH
TEXAS...MINIMUM TEMPERATURES VARIED FROM 28 DEGREES AT ODELL TO 31
DEGREES AT WICHITA FALLS AND SEYMOUR.

THIS MORNING...THE SKY WAS CLEAR TO THE WEST OF A LINE FROM
PONCACITY TO OKLAHOMA CITY TO WICHITA FALLS...AND MOSTLY CLOUDY
TOTHE EAST OF THE SAME LINE. PATCHES OF LIGHT RAIN CONTINUED
OVERMARSHALL AND BRYAN COUNTIES IN SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA. THE COLD
FRONT EXTENDED FROM NEAR VINITA SOUTHWEST TO LAKE TEXOMA. AHEAD
OFTHE FRONT THE WIND WAS LIGHT FROM AN EASTERLY DIRECTION.
BEHINDTHEFRONT THE WIND WAS NORTHERLY AT 5 TO 15 MPH.
TEMPERATURESRANGED FROM THE UPPER 20S IN NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA...TO
THELOWER 40S IN PORTIONS OF EASTERN AND SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA.

$$

FM




000
AWUS84 KOUN 061503
RWSOUN

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
900 AM CST SAT FEB 6 2016

PATCHES OF LIGHT RAIN MOVED EAST ACROSS WESTERN NORTH TEXAS AND
OKLAHOMA OVERNIGHT. RAINFALL WAS GENERALLY ONLY A FEW HUNDRETHS OF
AN INCH...WITH AMOUNTS OF ONE QUARTER TO ONE THIRD OF AN INCH IN THE
LAKE TEXOMA AREA. THE SKY GRADUALLY CLEARED OVER THE
NORTHWESTHALFOFOKLAHOMA AND MOST OF WESTERN NORTH TEXAS BY SUNRISE.
A COLD FRONT ALSO SHIFTEED THE WIND FROM THE EAST TO NORTHWEST AS
THE LIGHT RAIN ENDED. LOW TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING RANGED FROM 21
DEGREES AT BUFFALO TO 40 DEGREES AT SHAWNEE. ACROSS WESTERN NORTH
TEXAS...MINIMUM TEMPERATURES VARIED FROM 28 DEGREES AT ODELL TO 31
DEGREES AT WICHITA FALLS AND SEYMOUR.

THIS MORNING...THE SKY WAS CLEAR TO THE WEST OF A LINE FROM
PONCACITY TO OKLAHOMA CITY TO WICHITA FALLS...AND MOSTLY CLOUDY
TOTHE EAST OF THE SAME LINE. PATCHES OF LIGHT RAIN CONTINUED
OVERMARSHALL AND BRYAN COUNTIES IN SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA. THE COLD
FRONT EXTENDED FROM NEAR VINITA SOUTHWEST TO LAKE TEXOMA. AHEAD
OFTHE FRONT THE WIND WAS LIGHT FROM AN EASTERLY DIRECTION.
BEHINDTHEFRONT THE WIND WAS NORTHERLY AT 5 TO 15 MPH.
TEMPERATURESRANGED FROM THE UPPER 20S IN NORTHWEST OKLAHOMA...TO
THELOWER 40S IN PORTIONS OF EASTERN AND SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA.

$$

FM




000
AWUS84 KTSA 060341
RWSTSA

EASTERN OKLAHOMA/NORTHWEST ARKANSAS WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK
940 PM CST FRI FEB 5 2016

Clouds had increased across eastern Oklahoma by late afternoon, as a
weak weather disturbance approached from the southwest. High
temperatures ranged in the 50s, with the wind primarily from the
south at around 10 mph throughout eastern Oklahoma and western
Arkansas today.

By mid evening, sky conditions were cloudy across most of eastern
Oklahoma, while partly cloudy conditions persisted in western
Arkansas. A light breeze continued out of the south southeast, with
temperatures mainly in the 40s.

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000
AWUS84 KTSA 060341
RWSTSA

EASTERN OKLAHOMA/NORTHWEST ARKANSAS WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK
940 PM CST FRI FEB 5 2016

Clouds had increased across eastern Oklahoma by late afternoon, as a
weak weather disturbance approached from the southwest. High
temperatures ranged in the 50s, with the wind primarily from the
south at around 10 mph throughout eastern Oklahoma and western
Arkansas today.

By mid evening, sky conditions were cloudy across most of eastern
Oklahoma, while partly cloudy conditions persisted in western
Arkansas. A light breeze continued out of the south southeast, with
temperatures mainly in the 40s.

$$




000
AWUS84 KTSA 060341
RWSTSA

EASTERN OKLAHOMA/NORTHWEST ARKANSAS WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK
940 PM CST FRI FEB 5 2016

Clouds had increased across eastern Oklahoma by late afternoon, as a
weak weather disturbance approached from the southwest. High
temperatures ranged in the 50s, with the wind primarily from the
south at around 10 mph throughout eastern Oklahoma and western
Arkansas today.

By mid evening, sky conditions were cloudy across most of eastern
Oklahoma, while partly cloudy conditions persisted in western
Arkansas. A light breeze continued out of the south southeast, with
temperatures mainly in the 40s.

$$




000
AWUS84 KOUN 060158
RWSOUN

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
800 PM CST FRI FEB 4 2016

FRIDAY AFTERNOON ACROSS OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN NORTH TEXAS SAW
MILD TEMPERATURES AND IN CREASING CLOUD COVER AHEAD OF AN
UPPER LEVEL SYSTEM THAT WAS APPROACHING THE AREA. MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 48 DEGREES AT BUFFALO TO 60 DEGREES
AT WAURIKA AND WICHITA FALLS.

SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY AT MID EVENING WITH A FEW AREAS OF
LIGHT DRIZZLE. A WEAK COLD FRONT HAD PUSHED IN TO WESTERN
OKLAHOMA AND PORTIONS OF WESTERN NORTH TEXAS. TEMPERATURES
RANGED FROM 32 DEGREES AT BUFFALO TO 50 DEGREES AT RINGLING.
WINDS BEHIND THE FRONT WERE FROM THE NORTH AT 10 TO 20 MPH.
AHEAD OF THE FRONT WINDS WERE MOSTLY FROM THE SOUTHEAST AT
5 TO 15 MPH.

$$



000
AWUS84 KOUN 060158
RWSOUN

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
800 PM CST FRI FEB 4 2016

FRIDAY AFTERNOON ACROSS OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN NORTH TEXAS SAW
MILD TEMPERATURES AND IN CREASING CLOUD COVER AHEAD OF AN
UPPER LEVEL SYSTEM THAT WAS APPROACHING THE AREA. MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 48 DEGREES AT BUFFALO TO 60 DEGREES
AT WAURIKA AND WICHITA FALLS.

SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY AT MID EVENING WITH A FEW AREAS OF
LIGHT DRIZZLE. A WEAK COLD FRONT HAD PUSHED IN TO WESTERN
OKLAHOMA AND PORTIONS OF WESTERN NORTH TEXAS. TEMPERATURES
RANGED FROM 32 DEGREES AT BUFFALO TO 50 DEGREES AT RINGLING.
WINDS BEHIND THE FRONT WERE FROM THE NORTH AT 10 TO 20 MPH.
AHEAD OF THE FRONT WINDS WERE MOSTLY FROM THE SOUTHEAST AT
5 TO 15 MPH.

$$



000
AWUS84 KOUN 060158
RWSOUN

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
800 PM CST FRI FEB 4 2016

FRIDAY AFTERNOON ACROSS OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN NORTH TEXAS SAW
MILD TEMPERATURES AND IN CREASING CLOUD COVER AHEAD OF AN
UPPER LEVEL SYSTEM THAT WAS APPROACHING THE AREA. MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 48 DEGREES AT BUFFALO TO 60 DEGREES
AT WAURIKA AND WICHITA FALLS.

SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY AT MID EVENING WITH A FEW AREAS OF
LIGHT DRIZZLE. A WEAK COLD FRONT HAD PUSHED IN TO WESTERN
OKLAHOMA AND PORTIONS OF WESTERN NORTH TEXAS. TEMPERATURES
RANGED FROM 32 DEGREES AT BUFFALO TO 50 DEGREES AT RINGLING.
WINDS BEHIND THE FRONT WERE FROM THE NORTH AT 10 TO 20 MPH.
AHEAD OF THE FRONT WINDS WERE MOSTLY FROM THE SOUTHEAST AT
5 TO 15 MPH.

$$



000
AWUS84 KOUN 060158
RWSOUN

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
800 PM CST FRI FEB 4 2016

FRIDAY AFTERNOON ACROSS OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN NORTH TEXAS SAW
MILD TEMPERATURES AND IN CREASING CLOUD COVER AHEAD OF AN
UPPER LEVEL SYSTEM THAT WAS APPROACHING THE AREA. MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 48 DEGREES AT BUFFALO TO 60 DEGREES
AT WAURIKA AND WICHITA FALLS.

SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY AT MID EVENING WITH A FEW AREAS OF
LIGHT DRIZZLE. A WEAK COLD FRONT HAD PUSHED IN TO WESTERN
OKLAHOMA AND PORTIONS OF WESTERN NORTH TEXAS. TEMPERATURES
RANGED FROM 32 DEGREES AT BUFFALO TO 50 DEGREES AT RINGLING.
WINDS BEHIND THE FRONT WERE FROM THE NORTH AT 10 TO 20 MPH.
AHEAD OF THE FRONT WINDS WERE MOSTLY FROM THE SOUTHEAST AT
5 TO 15 MPH.

$$



000
AWUS84 KOUN 060158
RWSOUN

REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
800 PM CST FRI FEB 4 2016

FRIDAY AFTERNOON ACROSS OKLAHOMA AND WESTERN NORTH TEXAS SAW
MILD TEMPERATURES AND IN CREASING CLOUD COVER AHEAD OF AN
UPPER LEVEL SYSTEM THAT WAS APPROACHING THE AREA. MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 48 DEGREES AT BUFFALO TO 60 DEGREES
AT WAURIKA AND WICHITA FALLS.

SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY AT MID EVENING WITH A FEW AREAS OF
LIGHT DRIZZLE. A WEAK COLD FRONT HAD PUSHED IN TO WESTERN
OKLAHOMA AND PORTIONS OF WESTERN NORTH TEXAS. TEMPERATURES
RANGED FROM 32 DEGREES AT BUFFALO TO 50 DEGREES AT RINGLING.
WINDS BEHIND THE FRONT WERE FROM THE NORTH AT 10 TO 20 MPH.
AHEAD OF THE FRONT WINDS WERE MOSTLY FROM THE SOUTHEAST AT
5 TO 15 MPH.

$$




000
AWUS84 KTSA 051627
RWSTSA

EASTERN OKLAHOMA/NORTHWEST ARKANSAS WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK
1027 AM CST FRI FEB 5 2016

Partly cloudy skies persisted through the morning hours across
eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas. Low temperatures this
morning dropped down into the upper teens, to the lower 30s. At
10am, winds were out of the south, between 5 and 10 miles per
hour, gusting to 15 miles per hour. Temperatures ranged from 34
degrees in Bartlesville, to 44 degrees in McAlester.

Quiet and dry weather will continue today, with slightly warmer
temperatures and southerly winds. A weak low pressure system will
pass across the Southern Plains tonight, and may trigger a few
scattered rain showers, mainly across southeast Oklahoma. The
associated cold front will push through the region early Saturday,
shifting winds out of the west. A second stronger cold front will
approach the area Sunday. Ahead of this frontal boundary,
southerly winds will increase, with gusts between 30 and 35 miles
per hour along and northwest of highway 44. These conditions will
create high fire weather concerns and elevated fire spread
potential. Behind the front, strong northerly winds will persist
into Monday continuing the fire weather threat.

High temperatures today, will range from the upper 40s across
northwest Arkansas, to the middle 50s across much of eastern
Oklahoma.

Low temperatures tonight, will range from the middle 20s across
northeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas, to the middle 30s
across southeast Oklahoma.

$$

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