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Threat of dangerous surf and rip currents continues for East Coast due to Jose

Tropical Storm Jose will continue to weaken as it moves northeastward then returns southwestward while remaining off the Northeast coast. Jose will produce rain with embedded thunderstorms over parts of coastal Southern New England through Friday. Swells generated by Jose will bring the risk of dangerous surf and rip current conditions for much of the U.S. east coast during the next several days. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Thu, Sep. 21, 2017 at 9:18:42 am CDT

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Triple digit heat is expected this afternoon across parts of northeast Oklahoma. Heat indices will top out between 100 and 103 degrees. Southerly winds at 10 to 20 mph should limit the overall heat impacts, but appropriate precautions should still be taken if working outdoors during the heat of the day. Relatively cooler temps are expected in the days to come, along with a drop in humidity. A strong cold front is expected early next week. So this may be the last day of triple digit heat for 2017.
.Today...Mostly sunny. Highs 83 to 95.
.Tonight...Mostly clear. Lows 70 to 75.
.Fri...Mostly sunny. Highs 82 to 93.
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