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Wintry Weather in the Northern Tier; Fire Weather Threats in Southern California

Two Canadian systems will produce heavy snow downwind of Great Lakes Erie and Ontario, and a wintry mix in the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys. Snow, heavy in places, will spread across the Rockies and 4-Corners area through early this week. A developing system in southern California may produce high winds and critical fire weather threats, and, areas of heavy rain early this week. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Jan. 17, 2021 at 4:21:34 pm CST

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Light rain will be possible late Monday night across southeast Oklahoma.
Light rain will be possible on Tuesday across southern Oklahoma and western north Texas.
Chances of rain every day next week across portions of our area.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK15:52Mostly Clear10531420NW 16G25-30.03
Stillwater, OK15:53Clear10542026NW 15G24-30.01
Lawton, OK15:53Clear10571720WNW 8-30.07
Wichita Falls, TX15:52Clear10571922NW 12-30.09
Ponca City, OK15:53Clear10522129NW 10G21-30.00
Enid, OK15:56Clear10521926NNW 20-30.01
Alva, OK15:55Clear10511421NW 13G18-30.02
Woodward, OK15:55Clear10501423NW 14G2244 [WC]30.06
Gage, OK15:45Clear10531420NW 13-30.03
Watonga, OK15:55Clear10531522NW 15-30.06
Clinton, OK15:53Clear10531420NW 13-30.05
Weatherford, OK15:55Clear10531218NNW 15G21-30.04
Hobart, OK15:53Clear10571518NNW 13-30.06
Altus, OK15:55Clear10581720NW 14G17-30.09
Frederick, OK15:53Clear10571922NW 10-30.05
Ardmore, OK15:50Clear10551722NW 12G21-30.05
Ada, OK15:55Clear10531723NW 15G24-30.04
Shawnee, OK15:55Clear1053816NW 18G24-30.03

Local Weather History For January 17th...
On January 16th through 18th back in 1987, a winter storm brought
heavy snow to much of western and northwest Oklahoma. Accumulations
as high as 14 inches were reported. Southwest Oklahoma and western
north Texas experienced a significant ice storm, where as much as 2
inches of ice combined with several inches of snow to cause numerous
traffic accidents and downed power lines.

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