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    Record high temps possible this weekend

    OKLAHOMA – The warming trend will continue through the weekend, making temps feel more like late August than late October! Temperatures will soar through the weekend to the 80s and possibly 90s, averaging 15-20 degrees above normal! OKC will likely see a record high temperature tomorrow with a forecast of 89 degrees (versus the record of 87 degrees set back in 1939). A bigger storm system will move in Monday night bringing small rain chances and a brief cool-down. Our […]

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    Warming trend will continue through the weekend

    The warming trend will continue through the weekend, making temps feel more like early September than late October! Skies will clear from west to east today. Temperatures will soar through the weekend to the 80s and possibly 90s, averaging 15-20 degrees above normal! OKC will test the record high on Saturday and Monday. A bigger storm system will move in Monday night bringing rain chances and a cool-down. Our Halloween forecast looks so nice, it’s spooky! Temperatures will be mild […]

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    Rain to clear out Thursday morning

    It’ll rain off and on most of tonight and through the early morning hours before clearing out after sunrise on Thursday. Temperatures will bottom out in the upper 50s and lower 60s before rising back into the upper 70s and lower 80s Thursday afternoon under partly cloudy skies. Temperatures will soar on Friday and through the weekend to the 80s and possibly 90s, averaging 15-20 degrees above normal! OKC will test the record high on Saturday and Monday. A bigger […]

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    A Beautiful Wednesday in store with highs in the mid 70’s

    OKLAHOMA – Oklahomans rejoice! The storms that passed through the Sooner state washed away most of the remaining pollens. The state’s next chance of rain is coming Look for chilly temperatures this evening with lows in the lower 40’s. Highs will be in the mid 70’s on Wednesday with sunny skies. On Thursday, temperatures are expected to climb into the mid 80’s. CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE INTERACTIVE RADAR

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    Lows overnight in the mid 40s; Tuesday’s highs in the upper 60s with sunny skies

    OKLAHOMA – A Wind Advisory is in effect for central and western Oklahoma until 5pm. Powerful northwesterly winds will create a hazardous cross wind. Skies will clear overnight allowing for temperature to plunge to the 40s with a breezy northwesterly wind. The winds will stay up tomorrow but skies will be mostly sunny. Temperatures will steadily climb this week to the upper 70s and lower 80s with plenty of sun. Long range models suggest our next chance of storms will […]

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    Severe Thunderstorm Watch issued for several Oklahoma counties

    They has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch until 1:00 a.m. for the following counties: Beckham Ellis Harper Major Roger Mills Woodward Woods OKLAHOMA – Heavy rain is possible starting tonight through Saturday morning. Conditions will be cloudy, breezy and cool in the 50s for Saturday in the wake of the front. Another storm system will approach from the northwest bringing another round of showers and thunderstorms Sunday night through Monday. Once again, heavy rain is possible. Cold air will follow and highs […]

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    Warm temperatures to return on Tuesday

    OKLAHOMA – Tuesday and Wednesday’s highs will test the daily record of 94 degrees! Winds will pick up out of the south/southwest heading towards Thursday. By the end of the work week the remnants of tropical storm Simon near the Baja Peninsula will allow for some tropical moisture to make a move to Oklahoma. Right now models are trending towards heavy rain on Friday, however, as we found out from “Odile,” tropical paths over land are fickle! In other words, stay tuned for […]

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    Sunshine to return through next week

      OKLAHOMA CITY – Through next week, sunshine and a return to high pressure will mean soaring temperatures into the mid and upper 80s. Stay tuned for the latest…we’ll keep you 4Warned! CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE INTERACTIVE RADAR  

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    Showers and thunderstorms possible overnight

    OKLAHOMA – Showers and thunderstorms are possible in central Oklahoma overnight, a few could be strong. A front will move across the state tomorrow sparking showers and storms along and east of I-35. Severe storms are possible, especially in eastern Oklahoma, with large hail and damaging winds. Cooler air will follow for Friday and Saturday! Stay tuned for the latest…we’ll keep you 4Warned! Click here to keep your eye on the live interactive radar.      

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    Storm system approaching the Sooner state Wednesday

      OKLAHOMA – Storms could move east into central Oklahoma after midnight. They should weaken as they do so but strong winds and small hail will still be possible. Our next storm system will approach the Sooner state Wednesday and Thursday, bringing a greater chance for showers and thunderstorms. Isolated thunderstorms will be possible tomorrow afternoon with the best chance in north-central and northeastern Oklahoma. There is once again a severe weather threat of large hail and damaging winds. Showers and […]

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    Panhandle could see some severe weather Monday night

    OKLAHOMA – A storm system will move east out of the Rockies and into Nebraska tonight and tomorrow bringing a few showers and thunderstorms to western Oklahoma. Storms over the panhandles of Oklahoma and Texas could become severe up until midnight; then, they’ll fall apart with a few showers and rumbles of thunder through early Tuesday morning. Tuesday presents another chance for thunderstorms over western Oklahoma, mainly near/over both panhandles. A few storms could be severe tomorrow afternoon and evening with large hail and damaging […]