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Severe Weather in the Central High Plains; Heavy Rain in the Mid-Atlantic

Strong to severe storms capable of strong wind gusts and large hail are possible over portions of the central High Plains. A stalled front is expected to bring additional showers and flash flooding risks from the northern Mid-Atlantic to the Carolinas through Thursday. Red flag warnings in effect in the Pacific Northwest and the southern Great Basin. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Wed, Aug. 5, 2020 at 2:46:35 am CDT

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Temperatures will warm to near or slightly above normal late this week.
Showers and thunderstorms are likely tonight over NW Oklahoma and will track across central Oklahoma by early Wednesday morning. Friday is expected to be dry with slight chances of precipitation returning on Saturday evening and continuing during the late evening hours each day. Hotter temperatures will return late this week and persist through early next week.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK01:52Cumulonimbus Clouds, Lightning Observed10695662E 12-30.02
Stillwater, OK01:53Mostly Cloudy10685767E 7-30.03
Lawton, OK01:53Clear10726168E 8-29.98
Wichita Falls, TX01:52Clear10726168E 9-29.97
Ponca City, OK01:53Clear10695356E 10-30.03
Enid, OK01:56Lightning Observed10676283SE 9-30.02
Alva, OK02:35Haze1/4646088NW 26G43-30.18
Woodward, OK02:35Rain With Thunder \ Lightning Observed10626093N 18G25-30.18
Gage, OK02:15Light Rain \ Lightning Observed7666493N 9-30.12
Watonga, OK02:35Lightning Observed10666287ENE 7-30.03
Clinton, OK01:53Clear10696073ESE 10-30.01
Weatherford, OK02:35Thunder In The Vicinity \ Lightning Observed10715964SE 15G21-29.99
Hobart, OK01:53Clear10716273ESE 10-29.98
Altus, OK02:35Haze \ Lightning Observed5736063SE 14-29.97
Frederick, OK01:53Clear10726271E 12-29.95
Ardmore, OK02:35Clear7715967E 5-29.98
Ada, OK02:10Lightning Observed10665772E 3-30.03
Shawnee, OK02:15Lightning Observed10665873E 7-30.02

Local Weather History For August 5th...
Severe thunderstorms disrupted the PGA Championship Golf Tournament
near Edmond on August 5, 1988. Winds gusted to 70 mph and heavy rain
fell at the Oak Tree Country Club, uprooting trees and blowing down
telephone poles. The tournament was delayed several days as the
damage was cleaned up. Extensive wind damage also occurred near
Luther, just to the east of Edmond.

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