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Turning Stormy in the Northwest

An active fall storm pattern developing in the Pacific Northwest this week will bring areas of heavy rain and high elevation snow. Northern California will benefit from rainfall this week that will aid firefighters given the recent large wildfires. Read More >

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Video from Northwest Oklahoma

 

This video, provided by Jeromy Carter, shows dangerous blizzard and winter storm conditions near Watonga, Calumet, and Binger in Blaine, Canadian, and Caddo counties.

 

Woodward, OK

 

These photos were provided courtesy of Roy Anderson.

 
 

Clinton, OK

 

These photos were taken in the Clinton, OK area courtesy Robin Rodriquez. Even heavy machinery had difficulty maneuvering the snow-packed roads.

 
 

Elk City, OK

 

These photos, taken by Marc Crow of Elk City, show a bird feeder becoming encased in snow throughout the day on Monday, February 25.

 

Shattuck, OK

 

These photos were provided courtesy of Daniel and LaRae Brown.

 

Cheyenne, OK

 

This photos shows a blizzard in progress in Cheyenne, OK and was taken by Cy Howenstine.

 

These photos show large snow drifts in Cheyenne, OK and were taken by Dusti Kirk.

 

Laverne, OK

 

These photos were taken by Clyde Wheeler southwest of Laverne, Oklahoma. Numerous snowdrifts are apparent in these photos.

 
 

Seiling, OK

These photos were provided courtesy of Mary Van Winkle.

   
 

Mooreland, OK

 

These photos show a crescent shaped snow drift in Mooreland and were provided by Tania.

 
Starting to dig out - photo taken by Mary Lynn
 
A yardstick measures almost 18 inches of snow in Mooreland - Rick Roberts
 

Mutual, OK

A winter wonderland - Photos provided courtesy of Tara Hall.

 

A special thanks to everyone who took time to send their photos our way!