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Flash Flood Threat Shifts to Florida; Snowy in the Northern Plains; Fire Danger in the West

Showers and thunderstorms may produce flash flooding in northern and central Florida into Tuesday; and gusty winds and hail are also possible across the area Sunday. A strong cold front will bring below average temperatures and wintry precipitation to the northern High Plains. Elevated fire weather conditions are expected across parts of the Northwest and southern California. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Apr. 18, 2021 at 5:54:33 am CDT

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Tuesday morning will see temperatures around 30 F in far northwest Oklahoma, up to the upper 40s southeast.
Freezing temperatures are likely across most of Oklahoma and perhaps north Texas early Wednesday morning.
A warming trend will end Monday night/Tuesday morning, as a cold front arrives, bringing a chance of rain and snow. A new warming trend will begin Wednesday, and rain chances will return toward the end of the week.
A warming trend will last until Monday, when a cold front will bring another surge of colder weather, followed by another warming trend into late next week.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
(CDT)
Weather Vsby.
(SM)
Temp.
(ºF)
Dewpt.
(ºF)
Hum.
(%)
Wind
(mph)
Wind Chill / Heat Index
(ºF)
Pres.
(in)
Oklahoma City, OK04:52Mostly Clear10413785NW 736 [WC]30.13
Stillwater, OK04:53Clear10454082WNW 741 [WC]30.12
Lawton, OK04:53Clear10373592CALM-30.16
Wichita Falls, TX04:52Clear10413888NW 935 [WC]30.17
Ponca City, OK04:53Clear10433985CALM-30.12
Enid, OK04:56Overcast10393691WNW 634 [WC]30.12
Alva, OK05:35Partly Cloudy103535100WNW 828 [WC]30.14
Woodward, OK05:35Clear10302892WSW 722 [WC]30.18
Gage, OK04:53Clear10302892W 722 [WC]30.16
Watonga, OK05:35Clear10373490NW 532 [WC]30.16
Clinton, OK04:53Clear10373385WNW 830 [WC]30.16
Weatherford, OK05:35Clear10393378WNW 734 [WC]30.15
Hobart, OK04:53Clear10343396WNW 727 [WC]30.17
Altus, OK05:35Clear10373384N 632 [WC]30.20
Frederick, OK04:53Clear10423678NW 837 [WC]30.15
Ardmore, OK05:35Mostly Clear10393793NNW 634 [WC]30.14
Ada, OK05:15Partly Cloudy10424193NW 638 [WC]30.12
Shawnee, OK05:15Overcast10444085WNW 640 [WC]30.12

Local Weather History For April 18th...
On this date back in 1959, a severe thunderstorm moved southeast
across the Chattanooga area, dumping 4 inches of rain in 30 minutes,
along with hail up to an inch in diameter, which piled up over a foot
deep in bar ditches. Hail up to one and one-half inches in diameter
also caused roof damage across south Oklahoma City.

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