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Heavy Rainfall to Spread Across the Southeast; Mild Conditions for Much of the East

Slow-moving low pressure will spread locally heavy rainfall and thunderstorms across portions of the Gulf Coast and Southeast U.S. through Sunday. In the wake of this system, cooler air will gradually overtake the Plains, while above normal temperatures linger over the East Coast. Dry and gusty conditions will result in fire weather concerns over parts of southern California. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Fri, Nov. 27, 2020 at 8:52:35 pm CST

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Rain chances return across the area on Saturday. Expect rainfall amounts to remain light.
An Elevated risk of fires is expected on Sunday afternoon across western Oklahoma, mainly near the Texas Panhandle.
Rain, mainly light, will spread northeast across north Texas and Oklahoma late Friday night into Saturday night. A few thunderstorms will be possible around midweek next week.
There will be a general cooling trend through midweek next week. Temperatures will be mainly near or below the seasonal averages.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK19:52Mostly Clear10482947NNE 1043 [WC]30.23
Stillwater, OK19:53Clear10412961NNE 835 [WC]30.25
Lawton, OK19:53Clear10503658NNE 10-30.21
Wichita Falls, TX19:52Clear10453773N 1039 [WC]30.21
Ponca City, OK19:53Clear10383072NNE 533 [WC]30.26
Enid, OK19:56Clear10413680NNE 736 [WC]30.25
Alva, OK20:35Mostly Cloudy10392864NNE 535 [WC]30.28
Woodward, OK20:35Clear10372869E 532 [WC]30.31
Gage, OK19:53Clear10342672ENE 3-30.26
Watonga, OK20:35Clear10423371NNE 1035 [WC]30.28
Clinton, OK19:53Clear10433162NNE 937 [WC]30.24
Weatherford, OK20:10Partly Cloudy10433468NNE 1037 [WC]30.25
Hobart, OK19:53Clear10483458NE 1043 [WC]30.23
Altus, OK20:35Clear10493455ENE 7-30.28
Frederick, OK19:53Clear10493558NNE 7-30.21
Ardmore, OK19:50Mostly Cloudy10503557NNE 6-30.21
Ada, OK20:35Clear10463361NNE 742 [WC]30.23
Shawnee, OK20:15Clear10432855NNE 738 [WC]30.24

Local Weather History For November 27th...
On this date in 2001, a powerful winter storm, the first of the
season, dumped between 3 and 8 inches of snow across portions of
central and southwest Oklahoma. Isolated reports of over 10 inches
were seen across western north Texas. Lawton ended up with 6 inches
of snow from the storm, while Munday, Texas accumulated 14 inches.

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