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Storms in the Central U.S.; Dangerous Heat in the South; Critical Fire Weather in the West

A cold front moving across the U.S. will bring strong to severe storms from the South-Central Plains to the Upper Midwest. Storms may produce damaging winds, large hail, and a couple of tornadoes. Dangerous heat continues in the south, especially, Texas. Temperatures moderate slightly in the Southwest. Critical fire weather conditions persist in the Great Basin and into northeastern California. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Tue, Jul. 14, 2020 at 4:22:33 am CDT

National Weather Service Dodge City, KSNational Weather Service Wichita, KansasNational Weather Service Tulsa, OK
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National Weather Service Tulsa, OK
National Weather Service Lubbock, TXNational Weather Service Fort Worth/Dallas, TXNational Weather Service Shreveport, LA

Hot and very humid weather will persist in central Oklahoma from Kansas to the Red River. In southwestern Oklahoma and adjacent areas of Texas, drier air will arrive from the west sending the afternoon maximum temperature near 110 degrees F.
Except for a few brief breaks after thunderstorms, hot weather is expected to continue through this week.
Elevated to Near Critical fire weather conditions are expected in southwest Oklahoma and western north Texas Monday and Tuesday afternoons.
Overnight storms will be possible again Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Otherwise, above-average temperatures are expected through next weekend.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK03:52Mostly Cloudy10807379SSE 18-29.79
Stillwater, OK03:53Mostly Cloudy10797484E 14-29.80
Lawton, OK03:53Clear10826964SSE 13-29.77
Wichita Falls, TX03:52Clear10766568SW 7-29.79
Ponca City, OK03:53Mostly Clear10807481SE 22G29-29.78
Enid, OK02:56Mostly Clear107878100ESE 15-29.78
Alva, OK03:55Mostly Cloudy107878100SE 12-29.77
Woodward, OK03:55Clear10776978SE 13-29.80
Gage, OK03:53Clear10797279SE 9-29.76
Watonga, OK03:55Clear10807480ESE 5-29.80
Clinton, OK03:53Clear10816660SSE 20-29.76
Weatherford, OK03:55Clear10826965SSE 13G18-29.76
Hobart, OK03:53Clear10846756S 22-29.73
Altus, OK03:55Clear10826659SE 9-29.75
Frederick, OK03:53Clear10826556SE 12-29.73
Ardmore, OK03:55Clear10787691ESE 6-29.82
Ada, OK03:30Clear107878100SSE 6-29.86
Shawnee, OK03:35Clear107878100SE 9-29.83

Local Weather History For July 14th...
Thunderstorms, with high winds and heavy rain, struck the Oklahoma
City and Tulsa areas for the second time in 4 days on this date in
1973. Flash flooding was the main concern with these storms, as over
3 inches of rain fell at Wiley Post Airport, in northwest Oklahoma
City. Strong winds did capsize 6 boats on nearby Lake Hefner.

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