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Thunderstorms, Heavy Rain and Heat in the Memorial Day Forecast

Strong to severe thunderstorms and heavy rain with possible flash flooding are expected from Texas to the Upper Mississippi Valley on Memorial Day. Also, a soaking rain with flooding is expected across south-central Florida. Meanwhile, a week of record breaking heat is going to get started across California into the Southwest and Great Basin, as excessive heat warnings stretch across the region. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, May. 25, 2020 at 4:19:37 pm CDT

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 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK14:52Light Rain10696380W 7-29.86
Stillwater, OK14:53Mostly Cloudy10756468CALM-29.85
Lawton, OK14:53Overcast10686178N 9-29.86
Wichita Falls, TX15:06Mostly Cloudy10696380NNW 13-29.85
Ponca City, OK14:53Mostly Cloudy10736063NNW 9-29.85
Enid, OK15:21Drizzle10716683NW 10-29.87
Alva, OK15:35Overcast10646088NW 12G18-29.91
Woodward, OK15:15Overcast10595176NNW 17G25-29.97
Gage, OK15:18Overcast10635575N 18G24-29.95
Watonga, OK15:35Overcast10695971N 12-29.91
Clinton, OK14:53Overcast10655877N 16-29.91
Weatherford, OK15:15Mostly Cloudy10685972NNW 12-29.90
Hobart, OK14:53Clear10706070N 17-29.89
Altus, OK15:35Mostly Cloudy10715965N 17-29.89
Frederick, OK15:18Overcast10706173N 13-29.84
Ardmore, OK14:55Rain \ Mist46666100NW 5-29.82
Ada, OK15:15Rain \ Lightning Observed76464100N 9-29.84
Shawnee, OK15:15Light Rain7676698WSW 3-29.85

Local Weather History For May 25th...
One of the deadliest tornado outbreaks in Oklahoma history occurred
on this date back in 1955. Several tornadoes occurred across western,
central, and northern Oklahoma. The most devastating tornado formed
just north of Oklahoma City, and moved northward, striking the town
of Blackwell. Twenty people were killed and 280 were injured as the
tornado destroyed eastern portions of the town. Another tornado
formed just northeast of Blackwell and moved into Kansas, killing 80
people and injuring over 270 in and near the town of Udall.

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