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Severe Thunderstorms in the Upper Midwest; Excessive Heat in the Central U.S.

Severe thunderstorms, capable of severe wind (locally exceeding hurricane force), very large hail, flash flooding, and a few tornadoes, are possible late this afternoon into tonight across portions of the of the Upper Midwest into the southern Great Lakes. Excessive heat covers much of the central third of the country and is expected to persist into the weekend over the south-central states. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Wed, Jul. 28, 2021 at 12:20:18 pm CDT

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Heat indices over 100 F are expected across most of the area today.
Hot & muggy through Saturday. Storm chances on Sunday into early next week, with cooler temperatures.
Hot and humid conditions through Saturday, then becoming cooler on Sunday into early next week.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK11:52Mostly Clear10916846SSE 995 [HI]30.09
Stillwater, OK11:53Clear10947249S 10102 [HI]30.08
Lawton, OK11:53Clear10927048ESE 998 [HI]30.08
Wichita Falls, TX11:52Clear10937047VRB 699 [HI]30.06
Ponca City, OK11:53Clear10927455SSW 8102 [HI]30.07
Enid, OK10:56Clear10897358SSE 1298 [HI]30.08
Alva, OK11:55Clear10936946SE 1098 [HI]30.07
Woodward, OK11:30Clear10916441S 793 [HI]30.13
Gage, OK11:53Clear10946640S 1097 [HI]30.10
Watonga, OK11:55Clear10917355S 999 [HI]30.11
Clinton, OK11:53Clear10926744S 1295 [HI]30.11
Weatherford, OK11:35Clear10897257S 1096 [HI]30.10
Hobart, OK11:53Clear10927150S 1399 [HI]30.09
Altus, OK11:55Partly Cloudy10927151SSE 998 [HI]30.10
Frederick, OK11:53Clear10957044SSE 12102 [HI]30.05
Ardmore, OK11:50Clear10897562SE 699 [HI]30.07
Ada, OK11:35Clear10867162SSE 591 [HI]30.10
Shawnee, OK11:55Clear10916847SE 795 [HI]30.09

Local Weather History For July 28th...
Beginning on July 28, 2004, heavy rain produced flash flooding across
western north Texas and south-central Oklahoma. After 48 hours, up to
8 inches of rain had been measured in Archer and Knox counties, with
nearly 5 inches across Wichita and Clay counties. Runoff caused
several rivers to spill their banks, including the South Wichita
River, which eventually crested nearly 5 feet above flood stage near
Benjamin, the 3rd highest crest on record for that site. Ardmore
received nearly 5 inches of rain as well, along with flash flooding
at the Chickasaw National Recreation Center.

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