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  • Near 36th and Shartel
  • Courtesy: Cornfedokie

After serious storms and tornadoes battered central Oklahoma Friday night, flooding is now a serious issue for the metro. DO NOT drive into standing water.

Saturday will be quieter — showers and storms will continue to push towards the southeast and skies will clear this afternoon and folks can begin to dry out. 5″-10″ of rain has fallen from this storm system around the metro.

May 2013 will now go down as the wettest May on record for OKC.See Saturday’s weather forecast here.

Thousands are without power across the state – OG&E power outages

The Red Cross has opened shelters after Friday’s storms:
– Christ Church – 620 West Vandament, Yukon.
– St. Andrews United Methodist – 2727 SW 119th, Moore (This shelter has been open since May 20)
– Redlands Community College – 1300 S. Country Club Road, El Reno

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