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    Temperatures jump near 100 degrees on Thursday

    OKLAHOMA – Temperatures will continue to soar with a breezy south wind for the rest of the work week. Temps will peak at the century mark for OKC this weekend and early next week. Models suggest a cool front will drop in one week from today. If this verifies, the front will bring beneficial rain and a break in the scorching temps! Stay tuned for the latest and keep cool!  

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    Temperatures continue to soar as the week continues

    The sizzling temps will continue this week! Temperatures will continue to soar with a breezy south wind for the rest of the work week. Temps will peak at the century mark for OKC this weekend. Models suggest a cool front will drop in for the middle of next week. If this verifies, the front will bring beneficial rain and a break in the scorching temps! Stay tuned for the latest and keep cool!

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    Isolated thunderstorms possible Tuesday afternoon

    OKLAHOMA – The sizzling temps will continue this week, Oklahoma! Isolated thunderstorms are possible along and south of I-40 Tuesday afternoon. A few storms could be strong. Temperatures will continue to soar with a breezy south wind for the rest of the work week. Temps will peak at the century mark for OKC this weekend. Stay tuned for the latest and keep cool!

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    Isolated thunderstorms possible in western Oklahoma on Friday

    OKLAHOMA – Isolated thunderstorms are possible Friday, especially in western Oklahoma. This weekend will be hot and muggy with a southerly breeze. We will keep the pop-up storm chances around through next week. There is a better chance of storms next Wednesday and temps will drop back a few degrees.  Keep cool and stay tuned for the latest!

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    We’re looking at another cool night across the Sooner State

    We’re looking at another cool night across the Sooner State with clear skies, light winds, and low humidity levels in place. Look for most locations to see low to mid 60s with a few upper 50s here or there. Highs will reach the mid to upper 90s this weekend with isolated showers and thunderstorms. Long range models suggest OKC can expect a handful of 100 degree temps next week. So far this season, we’ve only seen 100 once.

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    Weather experts call tornado town hall meeting

    NEWCASTLE, Okla. — Tornado researchers are heading to Newcastle and want to talk to you. Thursday is their last tornado town hall meeting at the Newcastle Storm Shelter starting at 7 p.m. They hope to gather an information you may have about recent tornado experiences.  The goal of their research is to be better able to communicate tornado risk in real time to the public.  Newcastle Storm Shelter851 North Carr Dr.Thursday at 7 p.m. Click here for more info on the […]

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    PHOTOS: Hail storms pelts Okla.

    Have pictures from the hail storm? Upload them here. You could also see them on air! Just click the “Submit Your Photo” button below.

  • Survivor remembers May 3, 1999 tornado

    MOORE, Okla. — This day 13 years ago, a deadly monster roared across central Oklahoma and the metro. The EF-5 tornado on May 3, 1999 claimed more than 40 lives and destroyed hundreds of millions of dollars in property. Now we hear from a survivor who rode out the storm under a bridge that turned into a death trap. “The winds probably in excess of 300 mph. I can hear people screamin’ as they blew by,” Survivor Stuart Earnest said. […]

  • Tornado Week: Advancing tornado warning time

    Twenty five years ago the U.S. averaged a three-minute tornado warning lead time. Today, it’s just less than 15 minutes. The dreaded red box, it’s all too familiar this time of year in Oklahoma. Right now the average lead time is 14 minutes but imagine if you had 30 or 60 minutes. David Stens-Rude of the National Severe Storms Laboratory plans to find out if that is possible with the “warn-on-forecast.” “Hopefully we can give forecast information before the storm […]

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    4Warn Me now available for Android

    Get our new 4Warn Me app for live-streaming weather coverage on your smartphone. 4Warn Me is now available for Android and iPhone. Your Android device must have the OS version 2.2 or above. Devices with Android 2.1 or below will not work with this app. Get 4Warned in an instant with 4Warn Me! App Features: -Push Notifications -Live Streaming Video -Tornado Safety Tips -Ability to send photos to KFOR-TV -Radar, satellite and other weather images Get 4Warn Me

  • Freezing fog causing accidents across metro

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