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Isolated Thunderstorms and Heavy Rains from the Southern Plains to the Southeast

Isolated strong to severe storms capable of producing large hail and damaging wind gusts may occur across parts of the southern Plains into the Southeast. Heavy rains may cause localized flash, urban, and small stream flooding from the Southern Plains across the Lower Mississippi Valley through Wednesday. Elevated fire weather conditions continue across the Southwest and northern California. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Tue, May. 11, 2021 at 9:17:33 am CDT

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A few strong to severe storms will be possible Tuesday morning into early Tuesday afternoon.
Rain and some storms will move across the area Tuesday. Highest chances will be Tuesday morning into early afternoon.
Scattered rain showers will continue to be possible during the day Wednesday, however thunderstorms are not expected at this time.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK08:52Lightning Observed10534676ENE 12-30.07
Stillwater, OK08:53Lightning Observed10544571NE 18G24-30.10
Lawton, OK08:56Thunder In The Vicinity \ Light Rain \ Mist \ Lightning Observed1 3/4524989NE 6-30.06
Wichita Falls, TX08:52Light Rain With Thunder \ Lightning Observed2 1/25353100NW 7-30.11
Ponca City, OK08:53Light Rain10524576NE 14-30.15
Enid, OK08:56Light Rain With Thunder10494484ENE 1243 [WC]30.13
Alva, OK08:55Lightning Observed10504687NNE 17G2344 [WC]30.17
Woodward, OK08:55Light Rain With Thunder In The Vicinity \ Lightning Observed10464181NE 941 [WC]30.21
Gage, OK08:53Light Rain10474489NE 1042 [WC]30.18
Watonga, OK08:55Light Rain With Thunder \ Lightning Observed10494379N 1543 [WC]30.16
Clinton, OK08:53Thunder In The Vicinity \ Light Rain \ Mist \ Lightning Observed2484692NNE 17G2341 [WC]30.11
Weatherford, OK08:55Light Rain With Thunder \ Lightning Observed10494689NNE 1044 [WC]30.14
Hobart, OK08:53Light Rain With Thunder \ Mist \ Lightning Observed2 1/2494896N 1343 [WC]30.13
Altus, OK08:55Rain With Thunder In The Vicinity \ Lightning Observed2 1/2514889NNE 8-30.16
Frederick, OK08:53Thunder In The Vicinity \ Light Rain \ Mist \ Lightning Observed3524989ENE 5-30.08
Ardmore, OK08:50Mist \ Lightning Observed5575593ENE 7-30.05
Ada, OK08:35Overcast10515093NE 8-30.09
Shawnee, OK08:35Lightning Observed10514786NE 8-30.09

Local Weather History For May 11th...
Scattered severe thunderstorms, which formed over northern Texas and
moved northeast through southern and central Oklahoma, produced a
fairly wide swath of strong and damaging winds on this day in 2011.
Several locations near and east of Ardmore, Oklahoma City, and
Newkirk saw thunderstorm associated wind gusts in excess of 60 mph.

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