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Wintry Start to April from the Northern Rockies to the Northern Plains; Intense Storm Off the East Coast

Heavy snow and below normal temperatures will continue to shift across the Northern Rockies and Northern Plains behind a cold front through Friday. Ahead of the front, a wintry mix including some freezing rain is forecast to develop across the eastern Dakotas into the Upper Midwest by Thursday. A strong storm off the Mid-Atlantic coast is producing hurricane-force winds and dangerous seas today. Read More >

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Radar Reflectivity Loop for Oklahoma from the Twin Lakes, Oklahoma Radar (KTLX) from 1:08-7:52 pm CST (2:08-8:52 pm CDT) on May 9, 2016
Radar Reflectivity Loop for Oklahoma from the Twin Lakes, Oklahoma Radar (KTLX) from 1:08-7:52 pm CST (2:08-8:52 pm CDT) on May 9, 2016
 
Radar Reflectivity Loop for parts of south central Oklahoma from the Twin Lakes, Oklahoma Radar (KTLX) from 2:38-5:24 pm CST (3:38-6:24 pm CDT) on May 9, 2016
Radar Reflectivity Loop for parts of south central Oklahoma from the Twin Lakes, Oklahoma Radar (KTLX) from 2:38-5:24 pm CST (3:38-6:24 pm CDT) on May 9, 2016
 
Radar Reflectivity Image of a Supercell Thunderstorm over Garvin County from the Twin Lakes, Oklahoma Radar (KTLX) at 3:50 pm CST (4:50 pm CDT) on May 9, 2016
Radar Reflectivity Image of a Supercell Thunderstorm over Garvin County from the Twin Lakes, Oklahoma Radar (KTLX) at 3:50 pm CST (4:50 pm CDT) on May 9, 2016
 
Radar Radar Reflectivity Image of a Supercell Thunderstorm over parts of Johnston, Coal and Atoka counties from the Twin Lakes, Oklahoma Radar (KTLX) at 4:30 pm CST (5:30 pm CDT) on May 9, 2016
Radar Reflectivity Image of a Supercell Thunderstorm over parts of Johnston, Coal and Atoka counties from the Twin Lakes, Oklahoma Radar (KTLX) at 4:30 pm CST (5:30 pm CDT) on May 9, 2016