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Fall Weather Pattern Arrives

Rain and much cooler temperatures behind a cold front will bring a feeling of fall to the east coast today. In addition, an active fall storm pattern developing in the Pacific Northwest this week will bring areas of heavy rains, and very high elevations could receive heavy snow. Wetting rains to the valley floors will spread south Thu and Fri into northern California,where active fires continue. Read More >

Radar
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Four Tornadoes at Once in Central Oklahoma:

 
 

 Overview radar images from the Twin Lakes (KTLX) Radar in Central Oklahoma:

 
Radar Annotated Radar
334 pm CDT
403 pm CDT
453 pm CDT
518 pm CDT
539 pm CDT
550 pm CDT
632 pm CDT
654 pm CDT
712 pm CDT
807 pm CDT
844 pm CDT
 

Storm A (Wakita-Medford-Braman Storm):

 
Reflectivity Storm-Relative Velocity
332 pm CDT
 
345 pm CDT
 
402 pm CDT
423 pm CDT
 
 

Storm B (Enid-Red Rock Storm):

 
Reflectivity Storm-Relative Velocity
453 pm CDT
 
510 pm CDT
 

Storm C (Union City-Yukon Storm):

 
Reflectivity Storm-Relative Velocity
446 pm CDT
514 pm CDT
 

Storm D (Hastings-Loco Storm):

 
Reflectivity Storm-Relative Velocity
506 pm CDT
554 pm CDT
 

Storm E (Ringling-Lone Grove-Ardmore Storm):

 
Reflectivity Storm-Relative Velocity
504 pm CDT
526 pm CDT
 

Storm G (Bray-Wayne Storm):

 
Reflectivity Storm-Relative Velocity
518 pm CDT
527 pm CDT
539 pm CDT
 

Storms I (Moore- Lake Draper- Southeast Oklahoma City- Harrah Storm), J (Norman- Little Axe- Tecumseh- Seminole- Cromwell Storm), L (Shawnee Reservoir Storm):

 
Reflectivity Storm-Relative Velocity
523 pm CDT
531 pm CDT
539 pm CDT
542 pm CDT
546 pm CDT
550 pm CDT
554 pm CDT
559 pm CDT
608 pm CDT
617 pm CDT
622 pm CDT
626 pm CDT
 
636 pm CDT
 

Storm K (Marietta-Lebanon Storm):

 
Reflectivity Storm-Relative Velocity
712 pm
 

Storm M (Lexington Storm):

 
Reflectivity Storm-Relative Velocity
654 pm
 

Storm N (Mill Creek-Coleman Storm):

 
Reflectivity Storm-Relative Velocity
807 pm CDT
844 pm CDT