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Heavy Rain and Flooding Concerns From the Southwest to the Upper Midwest; Heat Continues to Build in the East

Widespread showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop Friday afternoon in the Four Corners region and northern High Plains through the Upper Midwest. Stronger storms may produce heavy to excessive rainfall that will likely lead to scattered instances of flash and urban flooding. Meanwhile, the ongoing dangerous heat wave will peak across the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic through the weekend. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Fri, Jun 21, 2024 at 1:04:31 pm CDT

Afternoon heat indices will be on the rise this weekend into early next week because of the combination of hot temperatures and humid conditions.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Oklahoma City, OK03:52Partly Cloudy10747190S 8-30.17
Norman, OK04:15Clear10767182SSE 12-30.16
Stillwater, OK03:53Partly Cloudy10787487SSE 7-30.17
Lawton, OK03:53Clear10787076SSE 5-30.16
Wichita Falls, TX03:52Clear10747087SSE 6-30.14
Ponca City, OK10:53Mostly Cloudy10846756S 15G37-29.82
Enid, OK03:55Mostly Clear10777183SE 6-30.13
Alva, OK04:35Clear10757394SSE 10-30.15
Woodward, OK04:10Clear10716478SSE 8-30.20
Gage, OK03:53Clear10706687SSE 8-30.18
Watonga, OK04:15Clear10756983SSE 5-30.20
Clinton, OK03:53Partly Cloudy10766876SSE 9-30.18
Weatherford, OK04:35Partly Cloudy10756980S 8-30.18
Altus, OK04:15Overcast10756983SE 8-30.16
Frederick, OK03:53Clear10757084ESE 3-30.14
Ardmore, OK04:35Mostly Cloudy10737194CALM-30.16
Ada, OK04:35Partly Cloudy10757394SE 6-30.20

Local Weather History For June 21st...
Severe thunderstorms brought high winds and large hail to western and
central Oklahoma on June 21, 1979. Winds gusted to 80 mph near
Buffalo, and baseball-size hail pounded Weatherford and Colony. Winds
exceeded 100 mph in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area, taking down
power lines throughout the city. On the same date in the previous
year, severe thunderstorms struck northern and central Oklahoma
during the late morning and early afternoon. The Anadarko area was
hardest hit, as golf ball size hail covered the ground. The hail
combined with winds of at least 70 mph to cause extensive damage to
the Caddo County town. A small tornado formed near Calumet, turned
over a stock tank full of water, and carried it for almost a mile.

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