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Severe Storms For The Plains

A storm system exiting the West will trigger widespread severe thunderstorms across the Plains on Tuesday. These storms are expected to produce large hail, damaging winds, heavy rain, possible flooding and a couple of tornadoes across the region. Ahead of this sprawling system, a number of record high temperatures are possible from the Upper Mississippi Valley and Great Lakes into the Northeast. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, Oct. 2, 2023 at 10:39:14 pm CDT

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Severe thunderstorms are possible Tuesday afternoon and evening across western OK and portions of north TX.
Widespread rainfall totals exceeding 2 inches will be possible Tuesday through Thursday, with localized amounts possibly exceeding 4 inches. Flooding will be possible.
Shower and thunderstorm chances increase Tuesday through Wednesday. Severe weather is possible Tuesday and Wednesday.
Temperatures will stay climatically warmer than average through Monday, but a cold front will bring temperatures down to seasonably average by Tuesday into Wednesday.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK21:52Mostly Cloudy10765649SE 12-30.02
Norman, OK21:55Clear10775647ESE 10-30.01
Stillwater, OK21:53Clear10775750SE 10-30.02
Lawton, OK21:53Clear10805846ESE 15G23-29.99
Wichita Falls, TX21:52Clear10815744SE 14-29.98
Ponca City, OK21:53Clear10775750SSE 12-30.02
Enid, OK21:55Clear10755752ESE 13-29.97
Alva, OK22:15Clear10735756SSE 12-29.97
Woodward, OK21:55Clear10735349SE 15-30.02
Gage, OK21:53Clear10765548SE 20G26-29.97
Watonga, OK21:55Clear10755346SE 12-30.03
Clinton, OK21:53Clear10765141ESE 16-30.00
Weatherford, OK22:15Clear10745551SSE 13-30.00
Hobart, OK21:53Clear10785545SE 13-29.99
Altus, OK21:55Clear10785544ESE 15-29.96
Frederick, OK21:53Clear10785545ESE 10-29.95
Ardmore, OK21:50Clear10755753ESE 8-30.03
Ada, OK21:55Clear10735960SE 8-30.06

Local Weather History For October 2nd...
During the early morning of October 2, 1986, severe thunderstorms
brought winds of 80 to 90 mph to parts of southwest Oklahoma. The
winds destroyed 17 mobile homes and damaged 74 others in Comanche
County, leaving eight people injured. Damage was estimated at

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