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Heavy Rain from Fay Remnants; Severe Thunderstorms Central U.S.; Dangerous Heat in the South

Post-Tropical Fay will bring heavy rainfall which may result in flooding in areas with poor drainage across portions of upstate New York today. Severe thunderstorms with damaging winds and hail are possible today from parts of Kansas and Oklahoma into the lower and mid Mississippi Valley. Heat Advisories and Excessive Heat Warnings are in effect through this weekend across the Southern U.S. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sat, Jul. 11, 2020 at 4:25:34 pm CDT

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Severe storms are expected this afternoon and evening.
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.
Fire conditions will remain low through this weekend. Hot temperatures, low humidities, and increasing south winds will increase the fire danger to elevated levels on Monday & Tuesday afternoons across portions of southwestern Oklahoma and western north Texas.
Above-average temperatures are expected through late next week as afternoon temperatures increase to triple digits across most of Oklahoma and north Texas.
Hot conditions are expected through late next week. Very high humidities may cause dangerously hot conditions today. A few thunderstorms will be possible this weekend and through the middle of next week. with severe storms possible this afternoon and evening.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK15:52Mostly Clear10957654S 12108 [HI]29.92
Stillwater, OK15:53Clear10997851S 13117 [HI]29.90
Lawton, OK15:53Clear101027238S 13113 [HI]29.92
Wichita Falls, TX15:52Clear101017442SSE 13G21113 [HI]29.92
Ponca City, OK15:53Clear10997648S 9114 [HI]29.89
Enid, OK15:56Clear101007848SW 12118 [HI]29.90
Alva, OK16:15Clear101056830WSW 10112 [HI]29.90
Woodward, OK16:15Clear101046427SSE 6108 [HI]29.97
Gage, OK15:53Clear101066526SSE 7111 [HI]29.95
Watonga, OK16:15Clear101037136SW 14G21112 [HI]29.94
Clinton, OK15:53Clear101046326S 21G25107 [HI]29.96
Weatherford, OK16:15Clear101026833SSW 10G18109 [HI]29.92
Hobart, OK15:53Clear101056527SSW 16G23110 [HI]29.94
Altus, OK16:15Clear101066426S 8G22110 [HI]29.94
Frederick, OK15:53Clear101057032SSE 14G22114 [HI]29.90
Ardmore, OK15:55Clear10987853S 10116 [HI]29.93
Ada, OK15:50Clear10967753SW 9111 [HI]29.94
Shawnee, OK15:55Clear10967856SSW 13114 [HI]29.92

Local Weather History For July 11th...
The hottest temperature in the state of Oklahoma during the year 2016
occurred on this date near Goodwell, just south of Guymon, when a
high of 109 was recorded. The rest of the state had highs mostly in
the middle 90s to near 100.

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