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Flash Flood Watches in Southeast and Tennessee Valley; Critical Fire Weather in California; Severe Weather in Upper Midwest

Flash flood watches are in effect today in parts of the Southeast and Tennessee Valley from organized areas of heavy to excessive rainfall. Meanwhile, critical fire weather conditions are likely across northern California with offshore winds and dry conditions. Finally, a strong cold front will produce severe thunderstorms across the Upper to Mid Mississippi Valley. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, Sep. 20, 2021 at 12:44:15 pm CDT

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Isolated strong to severe storms are possible, mainly across western north Texas into southwest Oklahoma. One or two storms could produce damaging wind gusts.
Showers and storms will become more widespread this evening.
Temperatures will be well above normal today, but cooler temperatures are on the way as a cold front will move through tonight.
A strong cold front will move through the area today and tonight bringing rain chances across portions of central Oklahoma as well as more widespread seasonably cooler and mild mid-week temperatures. A gradual warmup to more seasonably average temperatures by late week.
A big cool down is expected tonight and Tuesday, then a gradual warming trend by the end of the week.
The Fire Danger will be elevated this afternoon, and again on Thursday afternoon and Sunday afternoon across portions of western Oklahoma and western sections of north Texas.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK11:52Mostly Cloudy9856449SSW 15-29.80
Stillwater, OK11:53Clear10896646SSW 1392 [HI]29.80
Lawton, OK11:53Clear10916238S 13G2192 [HI]29.80
Wichita Falls, TX11:52Mostly Cloudy10946234S 20G2695 [HI]29.80
Ponca City, OK11:53Clear10876751S 13G25-29.76
Enid, OK11:56Clear10886749S 18G23-29.76
Alva, OK12:15Clear10865737NNW 18G25-29.79
Woodward, OK11:50Clear10785341N 21G31-29.88
Gage, OK11:53Clear10825539N 23G29-29.88
Watonga, OK12:15Clear10916035SW 17G2491 [HI]29.81
Clinton, OK11:53Clear10905530W 17-29.82
Weatherford, OK12:15Clear10895936WSW 16-29.80
Hobart, OK11:53Clear10915934SSW 15-29.81
Altus, OK12:15Clear10935729W 892 [HI]29.82
Frederick, OK11:53Clear10895936SSW 12-29.77
Ardmore, OK11:50Clear10896849S 1093 [HI]29.84
Ada, OK11:55Clear10866855S 10-29.85
Shawnee, OK11:55Clear10876242SSW 17G22-29.81

Local Weather History For September 20th...
Lightning struck a tree next to a home in Davis on the afternoon of
September 20, 1992. The lightning jumped from the tree to the home,
where it blew a five-inch diameter hole in the roof, tore siding off,
blew off sheet rock on the bathroom wall, and burned up the phone

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