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Inclement Weather For California; Fire Weather Threat In The High Plains

A strong storm and frontal system will move through Central and Southern California over the next two days, perhaps lingering through midweek. Expect heavy snowfall across the Sierra into the Southern California mountains and heavy rainfall which may cause flooding and debris flows in Southern California. There is an elevated to critical fire weather risk across the Southern High Plains. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Apr. 5, 2020 at 7:26:36 pm CDT

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Patchy drizzle and/or fog will be possible overnight into early Monday across portions of Oklahoma and north Texas.
Expect patchy fog Monday morning with mostly cloudy skies. There is a chance for showers and thunderstorms Monday, mainly south of I-40. Clouds will diminish and allow for some sunshine on Tuesday. Temperatures will trend warmer Sunday through Wednesday with the next cold front expected to bring cooler temperatures Thursday and Friday.
Warming trend into the middle of this week.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK18:52Mostly Clear10655467SSE 12-29.95
Stillwater, OK18:53Clear10675258SSE 14-29.95
Lawton, OK19:13Mostly Cloudy10655467SE 12-29.95
Wichita Falls, TX18:52Overcast10655775SSE 16-29.95
Ponca City, OK18:53Clear10634858SSE 14-29.95
Enid, OK18:56Mostly Clear10645775SSE 13-29.92
Alva, OK19:15Mostly Cloudy10645367S 16G24-29.89
Woodward, OK19:15Clear10605067S 24G30-29.90
Gage, OK18:53Clear10615067S 21G31-29.88
Watonga, OK19:15Overcast10645470S 12G18-29.95
Clinton, OK18:53Overcast10595277S 16-29.93
Weatherford, OK19:15Mostly Cloudy10625372S 13G17-29.94
Hobart, OK18:53Overcast10645572S 14-29.95
Altus, OK19:15Overcast10645572SSE 9-29.96
Frederick, OK18:53Overcast10655775SE 13-29.91
Ardmore, OK19:15Overcast10645777SE 9-30.00
Ada, OK18:55Partly Cloudy10645367SSE 9-30.00
Shawnee, OK18:55Clear10675463S 10-29.97

Local Weather History For April 5th...
With very strong winds and drought conditions in place, arcing power
lines just north of Woodward started a wildfire that burned a large
part of northern Woodward County on this date in 2016. The fire
spread northward and narrowly missed Alabaster Caverns and the town
of Freedom. Close to 60,000 acres burned.

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