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Tropical Storm Fay in the Atlantic; Severe Storms in the Plains; Excessive Heat and Fire Weather Threats in the West

Summer is in full swing! Tropical Storm Fay will bring heavy rain with flash flood potential, and isolated tornadoes to the Mid-Atlantic and New England. Severe storms in the Plains may produce intense winds, very large hail, and locally heavy rain. Excessive heat 110 to 121 F is possible in the Desert Southwest into early next week. Critical fire weather threats continue for portions of the West. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Fri, Jul. 10, 2020 at 12:24:36 pm CDT

National Weather Service Dodge City, KSNational Weather Service Wichita, KansasNational Weather Service Tulsa, OK
National Weather Service Amarillo, TXZoom

National Weather Service Tulsa, OK
National Weather Service Lubbock, TXNational Weather Service Fort Worth/Dallas, TXNational Weather Service Shreveport, LA

Severe thunderstorms will be possible early this morning, with up to quarter size hail and 70 mph winds possible. The greatest chances will be across portions of northern and central Oklahoma.
A few thunderstorms will be possible late Saturday afternoon into the evening. A few may be severe during the evening, and possibly overnight. The greatest risk of severe storms will be over northeast Oklahoma. Large hail and strong winds will be the primary risks.
With triple digit heat & humidity on the rise late this week into the weekend, be aware that outdoor activity especially during the afternoon hours could result in heat illnesses.
Hot/dry/breezy weather will raise the risk of grass fires early next week, mainly over western Oklahoma and western north Texas.
Above-average temperatures are expected through late next week. Very humid conditions Friday and Saturday will result in dangerously hot conditions.
Hot conditions are expected through late next week. Very high humidities will cause dangerously hot conditions today and Saturday. A few thunderstorms will be possible through the weekend, with severe storms possible Saturday afternoon and evening.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK11:52Thunder \ Cumulonimbus Clouds, Lightning Observed10686693ENE 21G26-30.10
Stillwater, OK12:03Thunder In The Vicinity \ Light Rain \ Lightning Observed10736473ESE 28G41-29.98
Lawton, OK11:53Partly Cloudy10897461NE 1498 [HI]30.08
Wichita Falls, TX11:52Mostly Cloudy10927659SSW 14104 [HI]30.01
Ponca City, OK11:53Lightning Observed10756366SSE 23G30-29.97
Enid, OK11:56Lightning Observed107171100SE 16-30.02
Alva, OK12:15Clear10806661SSE 25-30.03
Woodward, OK12:15Clear10806457ESE 24G33-30.08
Gage, OK11:53Clear10826658ESE 24G35-30.06
Watonga, OK12:15Lightning Observed10706891SE 15G20-30.10
Clinton, OK11:53Light Rain \ Lightning Observed10716993ESE 30G39-30.07
Weatherford, OK12:15Clear10716994ESE 21G25-30.08
Hobart, OK12:16Light Rain \ Lightning Observed7737090E 15-30.15
Altus, OK12:15Light Rain4827068NE 26G33-30.11
Frederick, OK11:53Clear10947351SSE 14103 [HI]29.98
Ardmore, OK11:55Lightning Observed10937556CALM105 [HI]30.07
Ada, OK11:50Lightning Observed10807788NNE 6-30.14
Shawnee, OK11:55Heavy Rain With Thunder \ Lightning Observed26868100NNW 16G28-30.25

Local Weather History For July 10th...
On this date back in 2009, extreme heat affected much of region,
especially northwest portions of Oklahoma. Freedom broke and Buffalo
tied their all-time hottest temperature readings when they reached
115 degrees.

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