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Locally Heavy Rain The Next Few Days; Inclement Weather Returns To Northwest Late In The Week

Locally heavy rainfall is expected the next few days in multiple areas of the Lower 48. Today rain is expected across the East, then on Wednesday in the southern Plains and Lower Mississippi Valley and finally on Thursday across the Ohio Valley. Meanwhile, a very inclement weather pattern will take shape late week into the weekend for the Northwest, West Coast and much of the West. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Tue, Dec. 6, 2022 at 2:27:22 pm CST

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Widespread rainfall is expected Wednesday through Thursday. Some locations across central and southern Oklahoma could see rainfall exceeding 1-1.5 inches.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK13:52Overcast7444085N 1038 [WC]29.97
Stillwater, OK13:53Overcast8444085NW 939 [WC]29.97
Lawton, OK13:53Clear10554568NNE 10-29.96
Wichita Falls, TX13:52Overcast10565080NE 5-29.94
Ponca City, OK13:53Overcast10423678NW 737 [WC]29.96
Enid, OK13:40Overcast10393586NW 733 [WC]29.95
Alva, OK13:55Clear10503046NNE 9-29.96
Woodward, OK13:35Clear10442852NNW 541 [WC]29.99
Gage, OK13:53Clear10492844VRB 5-29.94
Watonga, OK13:55Mostly Cloudy10423780W 539 [WC]30.00
Clinton, OK13:53Clear10474076NNE 644 [WC]29.96
Weatherford, OK13:55Overcast10423782NNW 3-29.97
Hobart, OK13:53Mostly Cloudy9484176VRB 6-29.96
Altus, OK13:55Clear10534368NNE 7-29.97
Frederick, OK12:53Clear10554671N 13-29.92
Ardmore, OK13:50Overcast10575182N 10-29.94
Ada, OK13:30Overcast10515093N 7-29.95
Shawnee, OK13:35Overcast10454392NNW 840 [WC]29.96

Local Weather History For December 6th...
Oklahoma and western north Texas can see a decent amount of snow in
December. The snowiest December on record for Oklahoma City occurred
in 2009, when a monthly total of 14 inches was recorded. Of that 14
inches, 13.5 of it occurred with the Christmas Eve blizzard, and the
other half-inch was seen on the 29th. At Wichita Falls, the snowiest
December occurred in 1942, when 8 inches of snow was tallied.

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