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Heavy Snow For Portions of the Northeast; Great Lakes

Moderate to heavy snow will return to the Northeast and New England over the next couple of days. Heavy Lake Effect Snow will continue to the lee of the Great Lakes. Light snow will fall across portions of the Tennessee Valley; working into the Mid-Atlantic by mid-week. Meanwhile, elevated fire weather conditions will continue in southern California. Read More >

 

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June 2009

  • Tulsa ranked as the 13th warmest June (1905-present) and 48th driest June (1888-present).
  • Tulsa had 5 days in a row with temps greater than or equal to 100 deg F. The last time Tulsa hit 100 deg F in June was in 1994.
  • Tulsa ranked as 9th (tied with 1954, 1937) out of 105 years for greatest number of days in June with a high temperature greater than or equal to 100 deg F. (click here for the rankings)
  • Bartlesville ranked 10th out of 83 years for greatest number of days in June with a high temperature greater than or equal to 100 deg F with 2 occurrences this year. The last time Bartlesville hit 100 deg F in June was in 2006.
  • Fort Smith ranked as 15th warmest June (1882-present) and 28th driest June (1882-present).
  • Fort Smith ranked 15th out of 128 years for greatest number of days in June with a high temperature greater than or equal to 100 deg F with 1 occurrence this year. The last time Fort Smith hit 100 deg F in June was in 1990.
  • Both Fort Smith and McAlester recorded no measureable rain June 15-30 and Muskogee recorded no measureable rain June 18-30.
  • Tulsa broke 3 daily high minimum temperature records: June 19, 21, 22 and Fayetteville broke its daily record high on June 21.
  • The Neosho River near Commerce reached minor flood stage twice in June.
  • El Nino is expected to develop this summer and due to the quick change from La Nina to El Nino this year, there is the potential that it could be a moderate El Nino come winter.
  • Most of eastern OK and northwest AR received below normal precipitation in June. According to the Drought Monitor, abnormally dry (D0) and moderate (D1) drought conditions exist across northeast OK.