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Heavy Precipitation for Pacific Northwest; Heavy Snow Diminishing across New England

Multiple rounds of heavy to excessive rainfall, mountain snow and gusty winds will impact the Northwest U.S. into the central and northern Rockies this week. Urban, small stream, and moderate to isolated major river flooding are also expected across the Cascades through mid-week. Meanwhile, the heavy snow threat across the Northeast will finally diminish this evening. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, Dec. 4, 2023 at 9:06:11 pm CST

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Gusty winds out of the south-southwest will be increasing during the day Thursday. Gusts of 35 to 45 mph will be possible across the area with the strongest expected along and near the I-44 corridor Thursday afternoon.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK20:52Clear10382764S 732 [WC]30.14
Norman, OK20:45Clear10422448S 737 [WC]30.13
Stillwater, OK20:53Clear10412757CALM-30.14
Lawton, OK20:53Clear10352771CALM-30.17
Wichita Falls, TX20:52Clear10472440ESE 3-30.16
Ponca City, OK19:53Clear10472949S 644 [WC]30.10
Enid, OK20:55Clear10422958SSW 1036 [WC]30.09
Alva, OK20:55Clear10413065SSW 1233 [WC]30.11
Woodward, OK20:35Clear10442139SW 1038 [WC]30.12
Gage, OK20:53Clear10412144NW 3-30.11
Watonga, OK20:35Clear10432547S 738 [WC]30.14
Clinton, OK20:53Clear10422244S 1036 [WC]30.14
Weatherford, OK20:35Clear10442445SSW 739 [WC]30.13
Hobart, OK20:53Clear10392761S 1231 [WC]30.15
Altus, OK20:35Clear10422448ESE 836 [WC]30.14
Frederick, OK20:53Clear10432446ESE 838 [WC]30.13
Ardmore, OK20:50Clear10353286CALM-30.19
Ada, OK20:35Clear10463256CALM-30.18

Local Weather History For December 4th...
At least four people were killed as the result of a winter storm that
occurred from the evening of December 4, 1992, into the afternoon of
the 5th. The storm brought four to nine inches of snow to northwest
and north-central Oklahoma, and one to four inches of snow and sleet
to much of central Oklahoma.

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