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Locally Heavy Rainfall from Texas Into the Southeast; Critical Fire Weather Conditions for Parts of the West

Locally heavy rainfall and flooding will remain possible from east Texas into the Southeast through Thursday. Meanwhile, critical fire weather conditions are again expected over parts of the Great Basin. Elsewhere, a low pressure system will bring heavy rainfall, gusty winds, and cooler temperatures to the Pacific Northwest. Large swells and rip currents will continue along much of the East Coast. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Wed, Sep. 23, 2020 at 3:28:35 pm CDT

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Patchy fog will be possible Thursday morning. The rest of the week will be dry and warm with highs generally in the 80s.
A warm up late week into the weekend.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK14:52Overcast10706173NE 10-30.00
Stillwater, OK14:53Overcast10716068NE 3-30.01
Lawton, OK14:53Overcast10746163N 7-29.99
Wichita Falls, TX14:52Overcast10746266NE 9-29.98
Ponca City, OK14:53Overcast10746061CALM-30.00
Enid, OK14:56Overcast10736781E 5-30.01
Alva, OK15:15Overcast10756060SE 9-30.01
Woodward, OK14:55Partly Cloudy10775953E 6-30.04
Gage, OK14:53Mostly Clear10806152VRB 7-30.01
Watonga, OK15:15Overcast10716274ESE 8-30.04
Clinton, OK14:53Overcast10726168ESE 3-30.03
Weatherford, OK15:15Overcast10716271E 8-30.02
Hobart, OK14:53Overcast10756366E 7-30.02
Altus, OK15:15Overcast10756264ENE 7-30.02
Frederick, OK14:53Overcast10726476E 8-29.97
Ardmore, OK14:55Overcast7736268NNE 7-29.97
Ada, OK15:15Overcast10686077NNE 8-30.00
Shawnee, OK14:55Overcast10696278ENE 8-30.00

Local Weather History For September 23rd...
A tornado damaged several farms just north of Clinton during the
evening of September 23, 1961. Other storms in western and
north-central Oklahoma caused winds up to 75 mph, and hail that
covered the ground to a depth of two inches.

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