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Dangerous Heat Continues Across the South; Severe Storms Possible in the Plains

Heat Advisories and Excessive Heat Warnings are in effect for much of the southern U.S. through Tuesday. Otherwise, scattered severe thunderstorms with damaging winds and large hail are possible across portions of the southern and central High Plains. Critical fire weather conditions will persist over portions of the Southwest, Great Basin, and Intermountain West. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Jul. 12, 2020 at 6:52:33 pm CDT

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With triple digit heat & humidity on the rise late this week into the weekend, be aware that outdoor activity especially during the afternoon hours could result in heat illnesses.
Strong to severe storms will be possible Tuesday evening through the overnight hours across northwest Oklahoma.
Except for a few brief breaks after thunderstorms, hot weather is expected to continue through this week.
Elevated fire weather conditions are expected in southwest Oklahoma and western north Texas Monday and Tuesday afternoons.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK17:52Mostly Clear10916948S 696 [HI]29.89
Stillwater, OK17:53Clear10927150E 1399 [HI]29.90
Lawton, OK17:53Clear10957044E 12102 [HI]29.88
Wichita Falls, TX17:52Clear10937454E 15103 [HI]29.85
Ponca City, OK17:53Clear10926135E 1492 [HI]29.89
Enid, OK17:56Clear10927557E 14103 [HI]29.90
Alva, OK18:35Mostly Clear10917355ESE 13G21100 [HI]29.89
Woodward, OK18:35Clear10936236ESE 1394 [HI]29.92
Gage, OK17:53Clear10986331SE 15G21100 [HI]29.89
Watonga, OK18:35Clear10927049E 1298 [HI]29.92
Clinton, OK17:53Clear10946336ESE 1295 [HI]29.91
Weatherford, OK18:35Clear10916949E 10G1696 [HI]29.90
Hobart, OK17:53Clear10966637SE 13100 [HI]29.88
Altus, OK18:35Clear10996229E 16100 [HI]29.87
Frederick, OK17:53Clear10986939E 16105 [HI]29.83
Ardmore, OK18:35Clear10957348CALM104 [HI]29.86
Ada, OK18:10Clear10897359ESE 897 [HI]29.90
Shawnee, OK18:15Partly Cloudy10927455E 9102 [HI]29.90

Local Weather History For July 12th...
Severe thunderstorms brought large hail and damaging winds to much of
northern Oklahoma on July 12, 1958. Baseball-size hail fell near
Jefferson and Pond Creek, in Grant County. Winds gusting to 90 mph
caused widespread damage near Stillwater, including damage to the
Oklahoma State University football stadium. The storms also destroyed
a bus station near Perkins, just south of Stillwater.

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