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Massive Heat Wave; Severe Storms and Heavy Rain

A massive heat wave is consuming much of the Midwest into the Southern tier of the U.S. with hazy, hot and humid conditions. These dangerous conditions will likely persist through Thursday as widespread excessive heat warnings and heat advisories are in effect. North and east of the heat and area of high pressure, thunderstorms with damaging and severe winds, large hail and heavy rain are likely. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Tue, Jul. 5, 2022 at 5:55:09 pm CDT

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 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, OK16:52Partly Cloudy10996533S 16G26102 [HI]29.88
Stillwater, OK16:53Clear101026530S 18G28106 [HI]29.86
Lawton, OK16:59Clear101026227SSE 13G22104 [HI]29.86
Wichita Falls, TX16:52Mostly Clear101026126S 18G23103 [HI]29.86
Ponca City, OK16:53Clear101026429S 9G22105 [HI]29.84
Enid, OK16:56Mostly Clear101026429S 21G26105 [HI]29.84
Alva, OK17:40Clear101026227SSW 20G32104 [HI]29.81
Woodward, OK17:35Clear101005925S 21G30100 [HI]29.88
Gage, OK16:53Clear101025621S 23G31101 [HI]29.86
Watonga, OK17:35Clear101016228S 14G25103 [HI]29.88
Clinton, OK16:53Mostly Clear101006431S 25G31103 [HI]29.88
Weatherford, OK17:35Partly Cloudy101016329S 17G24103 [HI]29.86
Hobart, OK16:53Clear101026227S 15G29104 [HI]29.87
Altus, OK17:35Haze51045721S 15G25104 [HI]29.86
Frederick, OK16:53Clear101036024S 23G26104 [HI]29.83
Ardmore, OK16:50Clear101006229SE 13102 [HI]29.88
Ada, OK17:10Clear10966232SSE 13G1797 [HI]29.92
Shawnee, OK17:15Clear101005825S 17G2199 [HI]29.89

Local Weather History For July 5th...
During the early morning hours of July 05, 2004, a severe weather
outbreak occurred across north-central Oklahoma. Tennis ball-size
hail fell across Grant and Alfalfa counties. Later that evening, a
second wave of severe hail occurred, which continued through the
night.

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