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Flash Flood Threats in the Southeast and Rockies; Excessive Heat in the Southwest

Flash and small stream flooding threats linger across the southern Rockies Wednesday. Strong thunderstorms with heavy downpours may cause local flash flooding along portions of the Southeast states into Thursday. Excessive heat will continue to impact the southern California mountains and deserts into Arizona and Nevada into Thursday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Wed, Aug. 4, 2021 at 3:16:12 am CDT

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Hazy conditions will continue this 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, OK02:52Partly Cloudy10695867ENE 8-30.07
Stillwater, OK02:53Clear10645983E 3-30.07
Lawton, OK02:53Clear8686178NE 5-30.05
Wichita Falls, TX02:52Partly Cloudy8696483NNE 3-30.03
Ponca City, OK02:53Clear10666183CALM-30.08
Enid, OK02:56Clear10685871SE 6-30.07
Alva, OK02:55Overcast10665977S 9-30.09
Woodward, OK02:30Clear10645367SSE 8-30.14
Gage, OK02:53Clear8635677SSE 7-30.10
Watonga, OK02:55Clear10595587CALM-30.12
Clinton, OK02:53Clear10675463CALM-30.11
Weatherford, OK02:55Clear10635986CALM-30.10
Hobart, OK02:53Clear9635677ENE 7-30.08
Altus, OK02:55Clear10655983CALM-30.09
Frederick, OK02:53Clear10716170NNE 7-30.03
Ardmore, OK02:55Partly Cloudy7686488CALM-30.03
Ada, OK02:30Clear10686282CALM-30.06
Shawnee, OK02:35Clear10656289NNE 3-30.07

Local Weather History For August 4th...
It was a very warm start to August in 2012 for the Oklahoma City
metro. From July 31 through August 4, record high temperatures were
broken each day at Oklahoma City. The record numbers ranged from 108
to 113 degrees, with the 113 degrees on August 3 tying the all-time
record high temperature for the city.

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