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Lingering Snow and Gusty Winds in the Southeast; Wet Weather Developing Across the Desert Southwest

A departing storm may continue to produce snow and gusty winds across portions of North Carolina through the morning commute on Friday. Later Friday and Saturday, a storm system is forecast to move into Southern California and the Desert Southwest with lower elevation rain and mountain snowfall. Flash flooding will be possible across portions of Arizona on Saturday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Thu, Feb. 20, 2020 at 10:06:34 pm CST

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Strong radiational cooling tonight in an already cold air mass will keep low temperatures in the 20s across our area. However with little wind expected, wind chill values will be negligible.
Chances for light rain will increase on Sunday as a Pacific Ocean based upper level weather disturbance moves in. The disturbance will also push a weak cold front/surface boundary across our area Sunday night. With only milder air originating from the Central Plains coming in with the front, we should not see much of a cool-down for Sunday night into Monday. However, we may see a return of cold wintry air by the middle of next week.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK12:08Overcast10332675N 2120 [WC]30.68
Stillwater, OK11:53Overcast10352361N 1824 [WC]30.73
Lawton, OK11:53Overcast10382969NNE 23G3126 [WC]30.67
Wichita Falls, TX11:52Mostly Cloudy10443365N 29G3534 [WC]30.63
Ponca City, OK12:13Partly Cloudy10362256N 1825 [WC]30.74
Enid, OK11:56Partly Cloudy7332364N 8G1725 [WC]30.74
Alva, OK11:55Overcast10282174NNW 10G1718 [WC]30.78
Woodward, OK12:15Overcast10241773N 13G2111 [WC]30.77
Gage, OK11:53Overcast10241774N 1511 [WC]30.75
Watonga, OK12:15Mostly Cloudy10312165N 22G2817 [WC]30.75
Clinton, OK12:13Overcast10332263N 2021 [WC]30.70
Weatherford, OK12:15Mostly Cloudy10322369N 18G2220 [WC]30.70
Hobart, OK11:53Overcast8362461N 1825 [WC]30.69
Altus, OK12:15Overcast10382660N 23G2826 [WC]30.70
Frederick, OK11:53Overcast10392966NNE 22G3128 [WC]30.64
Ardmore, OK11:55Mostly Cloudy10483357N 17G2441 [WC]30.60
Ada, OK11:55Overcast10393275N 22G2628 [WC]30.63
Shawnee, OK11:55Overcast10342876N 17G2423 [WC]30.67

Local Weather History For February 19th...
On February 19, 1954, a severe windstorm raced through much of the
Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles and into southwest Oklahoma. The
windstorm, packing winds of 60 to 85 mph, began in the western parts
of the Oklahoma Panhandle shortly after midnight. The storm then
raced to the southeast, reaching southwest Oklahoma by afternoon.
Considerable damage was done to small buildings and pane windows.
Power and communication lines were blown down in many communities and
several traffic accidents occurred in the blinding dust picked up
during the storms rampage.

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