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Severe Thunderstorm Threat Over The Eastern U.S., Critical Fire Weather Likely Over The Southwest

A cold front will bring the threat for scattered strong to severe thunderstorms from the Mid Atlantic to New England into Saturday morning. Some of the storms could produce damaging winds and locally heavy rainfall. Dangerously hot and dry conditions will persist over the Desert Southwest this weekend. Critical fire weather conditions likely. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Fri, May. 29, 2020 at 9:37:36 pm CDT

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Warm to hot conditions are expected through late next week with little or no rainfall.

 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, OK20:52Clear10705763E 7-30.17
Stillwater, OK20:53Clear10735655ENE 5-30.16
Lawton, OK20:53Clear10775953ESE 6-30.14
Wichita Falls, TX20:52Clear10776055ESE 6-30.13
Ponca City, OK20:53Clear10735349E 5-30.17
Enid, OK20:56Clear10725759ESE 5-30.17
Alva, OK21:15Clear10715353ESE 10-30.16
Woodward, OK20:55Clear10735349ESE 8-30.19
Gage, OK20:53Clear10755447SE 9-30.15
Watonga, OK20:55Clear10765548ESE 7-30.19
Clinton, OK20:53Clear10785545SE 9-30.18
Weatherford, OK20:55Clear10735960ESE 7-30.18
Hobart, OK20:53Clear10785849SSE 8-30.16
Altus, OK21:15Clear10775647SE 6-30.17
Frederick, OK20:53Clear10805846SSE 6-30.12
Ardmore, OK20:55Clear10756469CALM-30.14
Ada, OK20:55Clear10715964CALM-30.17
Shawnee, OK20:55Clear10735757ENE 5-30.16

Local Weather History For May 29th...
During late evening hours of May 29, 2004, a significant severe
weather outbreak occurred over western and central Oklahoma, mainly
along and just north of Interstate-40. Quarter to golf ball-size hail
was the most common size of hail that fell, but hailstones up to
softball-size fell just east of Custer City. Damage surveys concluded
that much of the wind damage was due to straight-line winds, but
three F1 tornadoes did track across northwestern Canadian, central
Logan, and northwest Lincoln counties.

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