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Critical Fire Weather Threats and Dangerous Heat Continue Across the West

Critical fire weather conditions along with dangerous heat continue across portions of the West this weekend. Elsewhere, a few severe thunderstorms are possible across the northern and central High Plains today, with this threat gradually shifting eastward into the Upper Midwest through Tuesday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, May. 31, 2020 at 8:39:35 am CDT

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Warm to hot conditions are expected through late next week with little or no rainfall.

 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, OK07:52Mostly Clear10655877S 5-30.20
Stillwater, OK07:53Clear10675975E 3-30.21
Lawton, OK07:53Clear10665875CALM-30.20
Wichita Falls, TX07:52Clear10656186ESE 3-30.18
Ponca City, OK07:53Clear10695970ESE 6-30.21
Enid, OK07:56Clear10675974CALM-30.21
Alva, OK08:15Clear10695560SSE 12-30.20
Woodward, OK07:55Clear10665363S 13G17-30.22
Gage, OK07:53Clear10655672S 13-30.19
Watonga, OK08:15Clear10685665S 7-30.24
Clinton, OK07:53Clear10665669S 13-30.21
Weatherford, OK07:55Clear10685768S 6-30.21
Hobart, OK07:53Clear10685870S 9-30.21
Altus, OK08:15Clear10685973SE 6-30.22
Frederick, OK07:53Clear10676078E 3-30.17
Ardmore, OK07:55Clear10646088CALM-30.20
Ada, OK07:55Clear10665568SSE 7-30.23
Shawnee, OK07:55Clear10675668S 7-30.21

Local Weather History For May 31st...
May 2015 was the wettest month ever in Oklahoma City and Wichita
Falls, and many locations across the region. Oklahoma City measured a
record 19.48 inches for the month, while Wichita Falls recorded 17.00
inches. As far as the state of Oklahoma is concerned, it was also the
wettest month ever for the Sooner State with a state-average 14.40
inches. This extremely wet month put an end to an extensive and
prolonged severe drought over Oklahoma and northern portions of
northern Texas that persisted since 2011.

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