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Saturday will be mostly sunny with high temperatures in the 60s and 70s for most areas. Areas with rain chances will be cooler with highs in the upper 50s.
Strong to severe storms could be possible Thursday (Mar. 30) across portions of Oklahoma and north Texas. Things could and will likely change between now and then so check the forecast for the latest update especially as we get closer to Thursday.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK14:52Overcast10483970N 1342 [WC]30.04
Stillwater, OK14:53Overcast10503863N 8-30.07
Lawton, OK14:53Overcast10534163N 16-30.05
Wichita Falls, TX14:52Overcast10594662N 15-30.03
Ponca City, OK14:53Overcast10503556NE 9-30.07
Enid, OK14:55Overcast10433368N 1236 [WC]30.07
Alva, OK15:00Overcast10413270N 1333 [WC]30.14
Woodward, OK14:55Overcast10373280N 830 [WC]30.16
Gage, OK14:53Overcast10403169N 1033 [WC]30.12
Watonga, OK14:55Overcast10413577N 1233 [WC]30.14
Clinton, OK14:53Overcast10423575N 1634 [WC]30.08
Weatherford, OK14:55Overcast10423575NNE 1335 [WC]30.09
Hobart, OK14:53Overcast7463873NE 941 [WC]30.07
Altus, OK14:55Overcast10493865NE 8-30.09
Frederick, OK14:38Mostly Clear9534163N 15-30.03
Ardmore, OK14:50Overcast10665363N 13-29.98
Ada, OK14:30Overcast10625063N 8-30.03
Shawnee, OK14:35Overcast10553853ENE 7-30.00

Local Weather History For March 7th...
On this day in 2000, a line of severe storms moved out of the Texas
panhandle into western Oklahoma and western north Texas during the
late afternoon. Widespread structural damage from severe winds, one
brief tornado, and large hail accompanied this line of storms. Most
of the damage occurred over western Oklahoma and western north Texas
before the storms weakened across central Oklahoma during the

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