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Locally Heavy Rain and Possible Flooding in a Few Locations

The active monsoon season continues today across the Southwest into the Intermountain West with potentially more organized showers and thunderstorms and some flooding, especially near vulnerable burn scar areas. Meanwhile, a cold front surging southward will produce rain and thunderstorms across the Southeastern quadrant of the U.S. with the most organized activity near the central Gulf Coast. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Thu, Aug. 11, 2022 at 12:14:30 pm CDT

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 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, OK11:52Mostly Clear10896443VRB 691 [HI]30.13
Stillwater, OK11:53Clear10906746CALM93 [HI]30.12
Lawton, OK11:53Mostly Clear10955930E 12G1795 [HI]30.10
Wichita Falls, TX11:52Mostly Clear10945931ENE 1693 [HI]30.09
Ponca City, OK11:53Clear10886242ESE 5-30.13
Enid, OK10:56Clear10846654E 5-30.15
Alva, OK12:05Clear10866245VRB 5-30.16
Woodward, OK11:55Clear10826048CALM-30.23
Gage, OK11:53Clear10906036VRB 5-30.19
Watonga, OK11:55Clear10886241N 6-30.17
Clinton, OK11:53Clear10876344SSW 5-30.17
Weatherford, OK11:55Clear10886344SSE 3-30.16
Hobart, OK11:53Clear10915832VRB 7-30.14
Altus, OK11:55Haze5925932E 1091 [HI]30.16
Frederick, OK11:53Clear10926034E 1392 [HI]30.09
Ardmore, OK11:50Clear10936034ENE 8G1493 [HI]30.07
Ada, OK11:55Clear10876445NE 8-30.11
Shawnee, OK11:35Clear10896139CALM-30.12

Local Weather History For August 11th...
The warmest August temperature ever recorded in both Oklahoma City
and Wichita Falls occurred on August 11, 1936, when both cities reach
a very hot 113 degrees. Since then, Wichita Falls tied this record on
August 6, 1964 and Oklahoma City tied it on August 3, 2012.

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