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    Light showers possible through the morning

    Light to moderate showers will continue to move east through the morning. We will dry out this afternoon with partly cloudy skies, mild temps in the 70s and a breezy south wind. Click here for interactive radar Another wave of energy will move across northern Oklahoma tomorrow morning.  As a result, showers and thunderstorms will develop around sunrise and continue through the morning hours across northern and central Oklahoma. Another round of showers and thunderstorms will develop in the late […]

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    Showers and thunderstorms continue Friday

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A tornado watch remains in effect until 12 a.m. Friday in the following counties: Ellis County Beckham County Rogers Mills County A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for the following counties until 12 a.m. Friday: Alfalfa County Blaine County Caddo County Custer County Dewey County Garfield County Grant County Harper County Major County Washita County Woods Couny A flood watch is in effect for Rogers Mills County until 12:15 a.m. Friday. Click here for interactive radar  […]

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    A dry Thursday morning, but more rain is on the way

    Overnight, we’ll stay pretty dry and cool with lows in the low to mid 50s under mostly clear skies. Showers and storms over the panhandles will gradually fall apart and disintegrate by sunrise before ever getting close to the metro. Another round of showers and thunderstorms will move in tomorrow afternoon through Friday morning. Severe weather and heavy rain is possible tomorrow afternoon and evening for western and central Oklahoma, stay tuned for the latest. Another round of storms is […]

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    We’ll see sunshine Wednesday, but more storms are headed our way

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The sunshine will briefly return tomorrow! If you need to get something done outside, take advantage of our one dry day on Wednesday with highs in the 70s. However, those in far northwestern Oklahoma may see a stray shower or two throughout the day. Another round of showers and thunderstorms will move in Thursday afternoon and Friday morning. Severe weather and heavy rain is possible, stay tuned for the latest. See a mistake? Report a typo here.

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    Scattered showers, thunderstorms to continue through the night

    Localized flooding and ponding on the roads will be the main concern this morning as heavy rain falls across the state. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue through the afternoon, especially for eastern Oklahoma. As a result of the rain and clouds, highs will only reach the low to mid 60s. Another round of showers and thunderstorms will move into southern Oklahoma tonight, mainly after midnight, and spread north into central Oklahoma for the morning commute. Widely scattered showers will […]

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    Sunny and mild on Friday, storms possible on Saturday

      It will be a gorgeous Friday with temperatures in the 70s by mid-afternoon under sunny skies. The weekend will be wet and stormy! We will have scattered showers and thunderstorms and cool temperatures in the 60s and 70s Saturday. Isolated thunderstorms are possible Sunday. Heavy rain is possible Monday and Tuesday. There is another chance for severe weather next Wednesday. Stay tuned for updates!


    Clear skies for most of the state Thursday, severe weather possible in the south

    Rain will continue from the south overnight, with winds will usher in a cold front Thursday. We’ll be under clear skies for most of the state, but there will be a chance for severe weather in the southeast part of the state as that cold front moves through. Please stay weather aware and have multiple ways to receive watches, warnings and storm updates. For current Oklahoma severe weather watches and warnings, click here. Click here for interactive radar. Download the turbocharged KFOR […]


    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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    Temperatures, severe weather risk climbing later this week

    OKLAHOMA CITY – It was a warm start to the week with temperatures in the 80s and 90s across the state. A red flag warning was issued for far western Oklahoma as strong winds and warm temperatures create the perfect mixture for fires to spread. There’s a 10 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms along the dry line just west of the metro, but with stable air over us, we’re more likely to see nothing form whatsoever. On Tuesday evening, a […]

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    Warmer temperatures Monday, severe weather later in the week

    Tonight, skies will stay mostly cloudy with a steady southerly breeze at 10-20mph keeping our temperatures in the 60s most of the night before bottoming out in the upper 50s toward sunrise. Monday promises to be much warmer than this weekend with highs in the low to mid 80s under partly to mostly cloudy skies, and a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms west of the metro. There is a greater chance for more widespread thunderstorms that will likely become severe […]

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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 […]