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A Variety of Weather Hazards This Thanksgiving

A variety of weather hazards can be expected this Thanksgiving. Critical fire weather threats are likely in parts of southern California and the Southwest. Meanwhile, isolated strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible from east and southeast Texas into Louisiana. Finally, a cold front will pass through the East with some rain showers, thunderstorms and a wintry mix for northern New England. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Thu, Nov. 26, 2020 at 9:51:36 am CST

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Most of Oklahoma will see beautiful weather outside with mild temperatures in the 60s, mostly clear skies, and mildly breezy winds.
Rain chances return across the area on Saturday. Expect rainfall amounts to remain light.
Fairly mild week with rain chances Friday night through early Sunday morning.
Generally mild temperatures with a gradual cooling trend ahead.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
(CST)
Weather Vsby.
(SM)
Temp.
(ºF)
Dewpt.
(ºF)
Hum.
(%)
Wind
(mph)
Wind Chill / Heat Index
(ºF)
Pres.
(in)
Oklahoma City, OK08:52Partly Cloudy10463565SSE 1340 [WC]29.96
Stillwater, OK08:53Clear10463462SSE 1041 [WC]29.96
Lawton, OK08:53Clear10443776SSE 541 [WC]29.97
Wichita Falls, TX08:52Clear10513963S 14-29.97
Ponca City, OK08:53Clear10463360SE 1340 [WC]29.96
Enid, OK08:56Clear10433882SE 1236 [WC]29.91
Alva, OK09:35Clear10393380VRB 3-29.92
Woodward, OK09:35Clear10413065W 935 [WC]29.92
Gage, OK08:53Clear10382969WSW 831 [WC]29.88
Watonga, OK09:35Clear10503657S 16G2244 [WC]29.93
Clinton, OK08:53Clear10443467S 1437 [WC]29.90
Weatherford, OK09:10Clear10483559S 1442 [WC]29.92
Hobart, OK08:53Clear10473563S 18G2439 [WC]29.92
Altus, OK09:35Clear10473664SSE 1042 [WC]29.94
Frederick, OK08:53Clear10443570SSE 740 [WC]29.93
Ardmore, OK08:50Clear10464181ESE 543 [WC]30.03
Ada, OK09:35Clear10503761SSE 12G16-30.03
Shawnee, OK09:35Clear10513248S 16G21-29.99

Local Weather History For November 26th...
Strong winds followed a cold front as it moved east across Oklahoma
on this date in 1965. The 50 to 60 mph winds blew down a 40-foot
radio tower near Altus, shattered many windows, and downed tree limbs
in several towns. The winds also fanned hundreds of grass and timber
fires. One firefighter was critically burned by a wind whipped grass
fire in northwest Oklahoma City. The fires burned thousands of acres
across northeast Oklahoma, including two homes and several barns.

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