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Stubborn East Coast Low; Locally Heavy Rain in the Four Corners Region

A stubborn area of low pressure will keep conditions inclement for parts of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast with rain showers and gusty winds through Wednesday. Meanwhile, locally heavy to excessive rain is possible across the Four Corners region over the next couple of days. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Tue, Oct. 4, 2022 at 3:08:26 am CDT

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Elevated fire weather conditions are forecast on Tuesday. Outdoor burning is strongly discouraged and extra care should be taken if you will be conducting activities that could start a fire.
A weak front will offer chances for light rain showers across northwest Oklahoma on Tuesday.

 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, OK02:52Clear10594355SE 5-30.12
Stillwater, OK02:53Clear10564259E 5-30.11
Lawton, OK02:53Clear10514168CALM-30.11
Wichita Falls, TX02:52Clear10574257E 5-30.10
Ponca City, OK02:53Clear10534266CALM-30.12
Enid, OK02:55Clear10594049ESE 7-30.09
Alva, OK02:55Clear10553547S 7-30.11
Woodward, OK02:30Clear10603538S 12-30.15
Gage, OK02:53Clear10613740S 8-30.11
Watonga, OK02:55Clear10583948SSE 3-30.14
Clinton, OK02:53Clear10543854S 9-30.13
Weatherford, OK02:55Clear10634144S 5-30.12
Hobart, OK02:53Clear10583847S 7-30.12
Altus, OK02:55Clear10584051E 6-30.13
Frederick, OK02:53Clear10553546E 3-30.08
Ardmore, OK02:55Mostly Cloudy10504687CALM-30.12
Ada, OK02:35Clear10594254CALM-30.13
Shawnee, OK02:35Clear10544160CALM-30.12

Local Weather History For October 4th...
The afternoon and evening of October 4, 1998, brought the greatest
October tornado outbreak in history to Oklahoma. Twenty-eight
tornadoes occurred across central and eastern Oklahoma that day, more
than in any other October outbreak in any state.

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