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Marco Weakening; Laura Forecast to Strengthen into a Hurricane Wednesday

Gusty winds, heavy rainfall, and lingering coastal flooding are expected from Marco along portions of the Gulf Coast through this evening. Hurricane, tropical storm and storm surge watches have been issued for portions of the U.S. Gulf Coast for Tropical Storm Laura. Laura is forecast to approach the northwestern coast of the Gulf of Mexico Wednesday night as a Hurricane. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, Aug. 24, 2020 at 7:19:34 pm CDT

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Mainly sunny skies are expected through Tuesday with a chance for showers and thunderstorms beginning Wednesday.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
(CDT)
Weather Vsby.
(SM)
Temp.
(ºF)
Dewpt.
(ºF)
Hum.
(%)
Wind
(mph)
Wind Chill / Heat Index
(ºF)
Pres.
(in)
Oklahoma City, OK18:52Mostly Clear10895936SE 10-30.01
Stillwater, OK18:53Clear10936134SE 1393 [HI]30.00
Lawton, OK18:53Clear10945628SE 1092 [HI]29.98
Wichita Falls, TX18:52Mostly Clear10935932E 1492 [HI]29.97
Ponca City, OK18:53Clear10926135S 592 [HI]30.00
Enid, OK18:56Clear10916237SSE 1091 [HI]30.01
Alva, OK18:55Clear10915933SE 17-30.00
Woodward, OK18:55Clear10915327S 12-30.05
Gage, OK18:53Clear10935527SSE 1791 [HI]30.01
Watonga, OK18:55Clear10906036SE 10-30.04
Clinton, OK18:53Clear10915630SSE 18G23-30.03
Weatherford, OK18:55Clear10916036SSE 891 [HI]30.02
Hobart, OK18:53Clear10935730SE 1092 [HI]30.01
Altus, OK18:55Clear7925730SSE 991 [HI]30.01
Frederick, OK18:53Mostly Clear10935830SE 1292 [HI]29.96
Ardmore, OK18:55Clear10915933ESE 5-29.98
Ada, OK18:30Clear10896240E 5-30.02
Shawnee, OK18:55Clear10915833SSE 9-30.01

Local Weather History For August 24th...
On August 24, 1977, strong to severe storms hit the western parts of
north Texas. The worst damage occurred to a mobile home in transit
near Wichita Falls. The 60 foot-long mobile home was lifted five to
eight feet above the trailer it was traveling on, before being
slammed back down by the winds. This resulted in the home being
totally destroyed.

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