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    Another soggy Saturday with a slight risk of storms

    Heavy rain is likely Saturday, with showers and thunderstorms statewide. Click here for interactive radar There is a slight risk of severe weather for central, western, and southern Oklahoma tomorrow afternoon and evening as a warm front lifts across the state. Large hail, damaging winds and a few tornadoes are possible.  2″-4″ of rain is expected through the weekend with local spots reaching 5″-6″! This will spark flash flooding. Remember, never drive into flood waters! A few severe storms are […]

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    Moderate risk for severe storms on Wednesday, highs in the 80’s

    As temperatures settle into the 50’s and 60’s overnight, we’re looking ahead to severe weather tomorrow. The greatest risk for severe weather this week is Wednesday, and we’re watching the models very closely ahead of the day’s storms. A powerful upper level storm will work with high instability and as a result, large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes will be possible for most of the state (except far western Oklahoma). Temperatures will be in the 80’s across the state, dipping […]

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    Cold front to drop temperatures, increase chance for storms

    OKLAHOMA CITY –  A big change is in store for our Friday after a stint of spring-like warm weather. A cold front will drop on us tonight, opening the moderate risk of severe weather. You will feel that cold front on Friday, as temperatures drop 30 degrees into the 50s and 60s. In addition to the temperature drop, winds will pick up across the state. Patchy drizzle will be possible, mainly during the morning hours. Saturday is the pick of […]

  • TUESDAY TON

    Warm and breezy today, severe storms likely tomorrow

      We had another day of above average temperatures across much of the state today. Highs topped out around 80 this afternoon, with winds out of the south from 20 to 30 mph. Clear skies and 50s can be expected overnight. Wednesday, we are watching for some strong and severe storms in central and eastern Oklahoma. Storms will fire around 2-4PM near the OKC metro and move east through the evening hours. Main threats look to be large hail and […]

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    Don’t worry yet, severe storms will hold off until Wednesday

    We have a couple more days to enjoy before the storms start moving in. It will get a bit cooler Sunday night, with temps dipping into the lower 50s – upper 40s. Look out for pockets of fog Sunday night. Monday will bring the heat with temps in the upper 70s, lower 80s. But a cool breeze will be blowing about 15-20 mph, heightening the wildfire risk. A few strong to severe storms are possible for Tuesday and Wednesday, but […]

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    Another round of rain set for Thursday

    We’re gearing up for round two of rainfall! A few weak showers or patchy drizzle are possible overnight. Rain will develop in the morning hours in northwestern Oklahoma and gradually spread across western Oklahoma throughout the day Thursday. Another round of rain will move in Thursday afternoon, mainly in northwestern Oklahoma. The best chance of rain will occur Thursday night into Friday morning. Click here for interactive radar. We will dry out for Friday afternoon, the official start of spring, […]

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    Temperatures continued to drop on Thursday

    OKLAHOMA CITY – If you’ve been enjoying the warmer weather, get ready for a big change. A cold front moved through the state, dropping temperatures to the 40s and 50s. Temperatures will drop below freezing overnight on Wednesday. On Thursday morning, temps will drop into the 20s but will warm up to the mid-40s by the afternoon. We will bounce back to the 60s on Friday, so you may want to celebrate Valentine’s Day a little early. A cold front […]

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    Highs will be 20 to 30 degrees cooler than yesterday

    Winter is back! Cooler air is filtering into our state behind a cold front and highs today was 20 to 30 degrees cooler than yesterday. A strong north wind will result in a high fire danger. The cool-down will continue and our next storm system will bring scattered showers on Saturday. We will see the best chance of rain Saturday afternoon through early Sunday morning. Rain could switch to snow for northern Oklahoma Saturday night through Sunday morning. Accumulations should be […]

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    Record warmth coming to Oklahoma this week

    Tonight, we’ll fall back into the upper 20s and lower 30s with the cooler air arriving behind today’s northerly breeze. The wind will be much lighter overnight at around 5-15mph, but we’ll still have some wind chills in the low to mid 20s by sunrise tomorrow morning. A January heat wave is headed our way starting Monday and lasting through Wednesday. Highs each day will be in the 70s, especially near the panhandles. Unfortunately, dry air and increasing winds will create […]

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    Warmer temperatures on the way this weekend

    Winter weather is back for a little while, but should be decently warm again by the weekend. The ground is too warm for accumulations in central Oklahoma, but any snow will create slick or slushy spots for the evening commute. Western Oklahoma saw a few inches of accumulations earlier today. The rain lingered in southern Oklahoma this afternoon, but most of the state was dry under cloudy skies with chilly temps in the lower 40s. Temps quickly dropped and will stay in the 20s […]

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    Cold front will bring our early taste of Spring to an end later this week

    Overnight, winds will be light at around 5-10mph out of the southwest as temperatures fall into the upper 30s and lower 40s across the state. Some passing high-level clouds will keep our temperatures in the 40s and 50s for most of the night before we dip into the upper 30s by sunrise. MLK Monday will be almost calm the entire day with a light and variable breeze around 5mph under mostly sunny skies. Temperatures will jump back into the upper […]