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Stormy Weather in the Northwest; Fire Weather Threat Redeveloping in Southern California this Weekend

An active fall storm pattern in the Pacific Northwest is bringing heavy rain and high elevation snow to the region which will persist through this weekend. Strong winds associated with this system will bring a renewed period of critical fire weather to southern California later this weekend into next week. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Thu, Oct. 19, 2017 at 7:59:39 am CDT

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Showers and thunderstorms will develop along a cold front and move into northeast Oklahoma early Saturday evening. Severe weather is likely with the potential for large hail and damaging winds with the initial thunderstorm development. The storms will become more linear in nature, transitioning mainly to a wind threat by late evening into the overnight hours as the line of storms sweep through southeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas by Sunday morning. A few tornadoes will also be possible as strong low level wind fields develop Saturday evening into the overnight hours. In addition, heavy rain is likely across much of the area with widespread 2 to 3 inch rainfall amounts. Locally higher totals of 4 to 5 inches will be possible in some areas that could lead to flash flooding or river flooding. Storms are expected to sweep east of the region Sunday morning with cooler and dry conditions behind the front into the early part of next week.
.Today...Mostly sunny. Highs 76 to 83.
.Tonight...Partly cloudy. Lows 52 to 63.
.Fri...Partly sunny. Highs 73 to 81.
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