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  • Heavy Rain Possible Wednesday

    Heavy Rain Possible Wednesday

    Heavy rain will be possible Wednesday into early Thursday. Rainfall amounts could range from 1"-3" across Eastern Oklahoma.Right now, the heaviest axis of rainfall appears to setup just west of the Tulsa area. However, a slight shift a little further north could put Tulsa in the heaviest precipitation.The rain will come to an end on Thursday with a slow moderation in temperatures. Matter of fact, it will take until mid week next week for temperatures to return to normal.
    Heavy rain will be possible Wednesday into early Thursday. Rainfall amounts could range from 1"-3" across Eastern Oklahoma.Right now, the heaviest axis of rainfall appears to setup just west of the Tulsa area. However, a slight shift a little further north could put Tulsa in the heaviest precipitation.The rain will come to an end on Thursday with a slow moderation in temperatures. Matter of fact, it will take until mid week next week for temperatures to return to normal.
  • Drought Conditions Are Improving

    Drought Conditions Are Improving

    Much of Green Country has received good rainfall totals the past few weeks.
    Much of Green Country has received good rainfall totals the past few weeks.
  • Dangerous Heat Index Values Possible

    Dangerous Heat Index Values Possible

    Heat index values the next couple of days will soar to 100-110 degrees across the region.As a result, a heat index has been issued for areas along and west of Highway 75.A Heat Advisory is issued by the National Weather Service when the "heat index" is expected to exceed 105 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and 80 degrees Fahrenheit during the night for at least two consecutive days.A cool front will arrive on Sunday, which will bring with it a chance for a few isolated storms. Much cooler w...
    Heat index values the next couple of days will soar to 100-110 degrees across the region.As a result, a heat index has been issued for areas along and west of Highway 75.A Heat Advisory is issued by the National Weather Service when the "heat index" is expected to exceed 105 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and 80 degrees Fahrenheit during the night for at least two consecutive days.A cool front will arrive on Sunday, which will bring with it a chance for a few isolated storms. Much cooler w...
  • July 2014 Coolest In 10 Years

    July 2014 Coolest In 10 Years

    So far, this July is on pace to be one of the coolest July's in 10 years. 
    So far, this July is on pace to be one of the coolest July's in 10 years. 
  • The Heat Marches On

    The Heat Marches On

    After storms pounded parts of eastern Oklahoma Wednesday, the system that brought the rain won’t provide much relief from soaring temperatures.
    After storms pounded parts of eastern Oklahoma Wednesday, the system that brought the rain won’t provide much relief from soaring temperatures.
  • Should Oklahoma Brace for an Active Tornado Season?

    Should Oklahoma Brace for an Active Tornado Season?

    The end of winter maybe a month away but you know what that means - severe storm season is not far behind.
    The end of winter maybe a month away but you know what that means - severe storm season is not far behind.
  • WEB EXTRA: What to Expect for the Winter Season

    WEB EXTRA: What to Expect for the Winter Season

    In trying to get a handle on the overall outlook for our upcoming winter season, we first need to look backward before we can go forward.
    In trying to get a handle on the overall outlook for our upcoming winter season, we first need to look backward before we can go forward.
  • What You Need to Know Before Buying a Storm Shelter

    What You Need to Know Before Buying a Storm Shelter

    Thinking of putting in a storm shelter? Chief Meteorologist Jennifer Zeppelin breaks down the three things you need to know.
    Thinking of putting in a storm shelter? Chief Meteorologist Jennifer Zeppelin breaks down the three things you need to know.
  • Weather Trends Show Fewer Tornadoes

    Weather Trends Show Fewer Tornadoes

    May typically has been our peak month for tornadoes, but after the warmest year on record followed by an ongoing drought and cooler than normal temperatures - our weather has been anything but normal for the past 12 months.
    May typically has been our peak month for tornadoes, but after the warmest year on record followed by an ongoing drought and cooler than normal temperatures - our weather has been anything but normal for the past 12 months.
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