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System Shifts from the Deep South to the Southeast

The system producing rain, locally heavy, in the Deep South will spread potential for flooding and flash flooding into the Southeast. Wintry conditions on the north side of this storm will produce accumulating snow from the Appalachians to the southern Mid-Atlantic. Areas of snow will also continue across portions of the High Plains. 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