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Threat For Heavy Rainfall And Flash Flooding Continues From The Mid South To The Mid Atlantic; Critical Fire Weather Over The Western U.S.

A slow moving low pressure system will bring a continued threat for heavy rainfall and flooding from portions of the Mid South to the Ohio Valley and Mid Atlantic through midweek. Some areas could see locally significant flooding. Out west,very dry humidity combined with gusty winds will lead to a continued threat for critical fire weather and dry thunderstorms. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Tue, Sep. 25, 2018 at 8:52:40 am CDT

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Areas of fog will develop across the eastern half of Oklahoma, possibly farther west. Visibilities will likely vary greatly over short distances, so motorists need to be ready for those changes early this morning.
Rain chances increase, mainly after midnight. No severe storms expected.
Areas of rain will continue through the day Wednesday, mainly across southern Oklahoma into northern Texas. No severe storms expected.
Temperatures will be well below average on Wednesday.

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