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Wintry from Northwest to Plains; Fire Weather Threats in South High Plains; Coastal Storm Impacts in Northeast

Wintry weather and below normal temperatures will continue from the Northwest mountains to the North/Central Plains. Gusty winds and very dry conditions will create elevated to critical fire weather threats across the South High Plains. A coastal storm meandering in the Atlantic will gradually spread showers, winds, and coastal impacts across New England. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Thu, Apr. 2, 2020 at 6:06:33 am CDT

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Some elevated fire weather will be possible in portions of western Oklahoma next Tuesday.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
(CDT)
Weather Vsby.
(SM)
Temp.
(ºF)
Dewpt.
(ºF)
Hum.
(%)
Wind
(mph)
Wind Chill / Heat Index
(ºF)
Pres.
(in)
Oklahoma City, OK05:52Partly Cloudy10554979S 17G29-29.78
Stillwater, OK05:53Clear10604761SSE 22G29-29.78
Lawton, OK05:53Clear10575077SE 10-29.78
Wichita Falls, TX05:52Clear10585486SSE 14-29.76
Ponca City, OK05:53Clear10604659SSE 23G31-29.76
Enid, OK05:56Mostly Clear10585487SSE 23G35-29.70
Alva, OK05:55Mostly Clear10515093SSE 7-29.69
Woodward, OK05:55Clear10534881S 21G29-29.68
Gage, OK05:53Clear10535089S 23-29.65
Watonga, OK05:55Clear10585176S 23G30-29.73
Clinton, OK05:53Clear10545086S 23G31-29.71
Weatherford, OK05:55Clear10555187S 20G26-29.73
Hobart, OK05:53Clear10585280S 24G32-29.72
Altus, OK05:55Clear10545189SE 13-29.75
Frederick, OK05:53Clear10525092ESE 8-29.73
Ardmore, OK05:55Lightning Observed10595379SSE 9-29.86
Ada, OK05:55Lightning Observed10554876SSE 15G21-29.88
Shawnee, OK05:55Lightning Observed10564975S 18G25-29.82

Local Weather History For April 2nd...
Baseball-size hail fell on parts of western north Texas on April 2,
1991. The severe thunderstorms caused extensive damage, especially in
Iowa Park and Burkburnett, just west and north of Wichita Falls.

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