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Coastal Storm Impacting the Northeast U.S.; Severe Thunderstorms in the Plains

A coastal storm will continue to bring high winds and heavy rain which may cause flooding to coastal areas of the Northeast U.S. Tuesday and Tuesday night. Scattered severe thunderstorms associated with large hail, wind damage and isolated tornadoes are expected across parts of the southern and central Plains from late Tuesday afternoon through the evening into the overnight. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Tue, Oct. 26, 2021 at 6:24:07 am CDT

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Severe storms will be possible across the entire area on Tuesday evening with an enhanced risk across most of western and central Oklahoma and all of western north Texas. Winds of 60-80 mph, and baseball size hail will be possible, especially in the enhanced risk area. There is also a low potential for tornadoes, mainly in the evening in western Oklahoma and western north Texas.
There is a low potential for tornadoes across portions of western Oklahoma and western north Texas on Tuesday and Tuesday night, mainly from 6 PM Tuesday to 1 AM Wednesday.
Thunderstorms are expected to develop across western Oklahoma and portions of western north Texas late Tuesday afternoon and then move east across the area during the evening and overnight hours. Severe weather is expected with this activity.
Windy conditions will raise the risk of fires, mainly across western Oklahoma and western north Texas, Wednesday and Thursday.
Thunderstorms, some severe, will be possible from Tuesday afternoon through Tuesday night. Storms will diminish Wednesday, and a front will move through the area bringing windy conditions and cooler temperatures. Windy weather is expected again on Thursday.
A brief warm-up is forecast on Tuesday ahead of another cold front, which arrives late Tuesday night. Temperatures return to near-average for the rest of the week.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK05:52Mostly Clear10595072SE 9-29.85
Stillwater, OK05:53Mostly Cloudy10575283SE 9-29.88
Lawton, OK05:53Clear10676284SE 9-29.83
Wichita Falls, TX05:52Clear106868100SSE 10-29.82
Ponca City, OK05:53Overcast10565080SE 16-29.88
Enid, OK04:56Mostly Cloudy10555184E 13-29.84
Alva, OK05:55Mostly Cloudy105050100E 7-29.83
Woodward, OK05:35Clear10535087SE 9-29.82
Gage, OK05:53Clear10565286S 15-29.77
Watonga, OK05:55Clear10535091E 3-29.85
Clinton, OK05:53Clear10636090S 17-29.81
Weatherford, OK05:55Clear10595382SSE 9-29.82
Hobart, OK05:53Clear10656186S 14-29.81
Altus, OK05:35Clear10625781ESE 8-29.83
Frederick, OK05:53Clear10605686E 9-29.79
Ardmore, OK05:55Overcast10645367ESE 8-29.89
Ada, OK05:55Mostly Cloudy10595176SSE 13G18-29.92
Shawnee, OK05:35Clear10585073SSE 14G20-29.89

Local Weather History For October 26th...
Damaging winds and lightning struck Ardmore the evening of October
26th, 1970. Winds stronger than 60 mph overturned a mobile home,
destroying it, and injuring a man who was inside. Lightning from the
same storm struck a house, catching it on fire.

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