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Three Weather Areas of Concern Today

Potential Tropical Cyclone Three will gradually approach the northern Gulf Coast with heavy rain and potential flooding. Meanwhile, a sharp cold front will produce severe thunderstorms with significant winds, hail, tornadoes and possible flooding across the Ohio Valley. Finally, a large dome of high pressure will continue the major heat wave over the West, extending into the central Plains. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Fri, Jun. 18, 2021 at 4:35:15 pm CDT

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Hot temperatures will continue through the weekend, followed by cooler temperatures early next week.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK15:52Mostly Clear10936438SSW 18G2395 [HI]29.89
Stillwater, OK13:53Clear10966636SSW 18G26100 [HI]29.88
Lawton, OK15:53Mostly Clear10976332S 1499 [HI]29.88
Wichita Falls, TX15:52Partly Cloudy10956638SE 1398 [HI]29.88
Ponca City, OK15:53Clear10986331S 12G21100 [HI]29.84
Enid, OK15:56Clear10986027S 1699 [HI]29.84
Alva, OK16:15Clear101045520SSW 21G28103 [HI]29.81
Woodward, OK16:15Clear10965323S 16G2294 [HI]29.89
Gage, OK15:53Clear101005220S 20G2598 [HI]29.86
Watonga, OK16:15Clear10975928SSE 12G1697 [HI]29.89
Clinton, OK15:53Clear10975524SSE 15G2595 [HI]29.89
Weatherford, OK16:15Clear10975827S 13G2096 [HI]29.88
Hobart, OK15:53Clear10975423S 12G2095 [HI]29.88
Altus, OK16:15Clear101005421SE 14G2097 [HI]29.88
Frederick, OK15:53Clear10976332SSW 10G2199 [HI]29.86
Ardmore, OK15:50Clear10936946SSE 898 [HI]29.89
Ada, OK16:15Partly Cloudy10917152SSE 998 [HI]29.92
Shawnee, OK16:15Partly Cloudy10936337SSW 13G2094 [HI]29.90

Local Weather History For June 18th...
Severe thunderstorms brought very large hail to parts of central and
north-central Oklahoma on June 18, 1992. Baseball-size hail fell near
Yale, Kingfisher, Cashion, and El Reno, damaging roofs, windows, and
automobiles. The storms also produced four weak, short-lived,

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