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Flood Threat For Several Locations Today

The active monsoon season will continue the rest of the week and the flood threat today stretches from the Arizona to portions of the Intermountain West. Meanwhile, a humid and moist air mass ahead of a cold front may result in heavy rain and flooding from the Mid-Atlantic to the eastern Ohio and Tennessee Valleys. Finally, slow moving storms may produce flooding for the central Gulf Coast states. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Wed, Aug. 10, 2022 at 6:35:35 pm CDT

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Showers and thunderstorms will be possible through mid-evening across portions of southern Oklahoma and western north Texas. A few storms could be strong with gusty winds and heavy localized rainfall.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK17:52Mostly Clear10956436NE 1297 [HI]30.04
Stillwater, OK17:53Clear10986432NE 10101 [HI]30.04
Lawton, OK17:53Lightning Observed10986736NNE 9103 [HI]30.02
Wichita Falls, TX18:14Thunder \ Lightning Observed10876853SE 28G3591 [HI]30.04
Ponca City, OK17:53Clear10945931E 893 [HI]30.04
Enid, OK17:56Clear10956234ENE 696 [HI]30.06
Alva, OK18:25Clear10955728E 13G2094 [HI]30.08
Woodward, OK18:15Clear10915933E 5-30.15
Gage, OK17:53Clear10945830ENE 1093 [HI]30.12
Watonga, OK18:15Clear10956031NE 1495 [HI]30.09
Clinton, OK17:53Clear10946234ENE 995 [HI]30.09
Weatherford, OK18:15Clear10956031NE 1295 [HI]30.07
Hobart, OK17:53Lightning Observed10996330E 12101 [HI]30.05
Altus, OK18:15Haze \ Lightning Observed5966232SSW 597 [HI]30.06
Frederick, OK17:53Lightning Observed10966435ENE 698 [HI]30.01
Ardmore, OK17:50Partly Cloudy10956841WSW 12100 [HI]29.98
Ada, OK18:15Clear10956234ENE 696 [HI]30.04
Shawnee, OK17:55Partly Cloudy10956132NE 995 [HI]30.04

Local Weather History For August 10th...
A widespread damaging wind event occurred over a large portion of
Oklahoma beginning late on the 9th of August 2011, continuing into
the early morning hours of the 10th. A complex of severe
thunderstorms developed over northern and western Oklahoma and moved
east over central Oklahoma. Severe wind gusts were reported from
around Cheyenne in far western Oklahoma, all the way eastward to
Calvin in Hughes county. The most severe portion of the complex,
which yielded structural damage and power outages, moved over
northern Oklahoma, southern Logan, and southern Lincoln counties.

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