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Tropical Storm Colin Pulls Away from the Coast; Severe Weather for Portions of Montana and Plains on Sunday

Tropical Storm Colin will continue to track away from the U.S. East Coast through Sunday. Meanwhile, severe weather potential for portions of Montana and the Plains are forecast through Sunday. Critical fire weather conditions to persist across the Great Basin and interior Alaska the remainder of the weekend. Heat will build for the Plains, Ohio and Tennessee Valleys and Great Lakes into Monday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sat, Jul. 2, 2022 at 6:55:03 pm CDT

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Showers and thunderstorms will be possible again this afternoon and evening. A few of the storms could become strong to severe with hail and strong wind gusts possible.
A few showers and thunderstorms are possible late this afternoon and evening across portions of northern and central OK.

 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, OK17:52Cumulonimbus Clouds Observed10936742SE 1397 [HI]29.89
Stillwater, OK17:53Clear10976737S 13101 [HI]29.88
Lawton, OK17:53Clear101016228SSE 14103 [HI]29.84
Wichita Falls, TX17:52Clear101016026SE 15G18102 [HI]29.83
Ponca City, OK17:53Clear10946741SSE 1298 [HI]29.87
Enid, OK17:56Lightning Observed10827270E 10-29.89
Alva, OK18:40Mostly Clear10916643SSE 16G2394 [HI]29.88
Woodward, OK18:35Lightning Observed10956032SSE 695 [HI]29.93
Gage, OK17:53Clear10956233S 596 [HI]29.90
Watonga, OK18:35Lightning Observed10946436SE 1095 [HI]29.91
Clinton, OK17:53Lightning Observed10996229SSE 15G25101 [HI]29.88
Weatherford, OK18:35Clear10966333SSE 1498 [HI]29.88
Hobart, OK17:53Mostly Clear101016026SE 17G24102 [HI]29.86
Altus, OK18:35Lightning Observed101025622SSE 13101 [HI]29.86
Frederick, OK17:53Clear101025722ESE 16G23101 [HI]29.81
Ardmore, OK18:35Clear10956639SE 998 [HI]29.86
Ada, OK18:15Clear10916846SSE 895 [HI]29.91
Shawnee, OK18:35Clear10936235SE 1294 [HI]29.90

Local Weather History For July 2nd...
Large hail and damaging winds accompanied severe thunderstorms across
parts of central Oklahoma on July 2, 1972. Baseball-size hail fell in
the Oklahoma City metropolitan area, and winds reached 75 to 100 mph.
The wind took down power lines and damaged or destroyed at least 23
mobile homes. Winds gusted to 100 mph in Lindsay, and 80 mph in
Norman. The wind in these areas mainly damaged trees and blew down
power lines, but also damaged a few roofs.

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