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Recent PostsNot much rain actually reaching the ground just yet, but there area a few showers trying to get organized early this morning. https://t.co/Z13W8afALs2 days agoSome light rain is expected to develop late tonight and continue into the morning hours. Amounts will range from trace to around 0.15 inches for most locations. #okwx #texomawx https://t.co/uxHVohZyGA3 days agoSome sprinkles will be possible as evaporating showers move out of the Texas Panhandle and into western Oklahoma and western north Texas. Beneath these radar returns, southerly wind gusts over 40 mph can be expected. #okwx #texomawx https://t.co/1ajf2g2lhx3 days agoGusty southerly winds will continue through the afternoon, with some weakening by sunset. Gusts 40 to 45 mph can be expected across the region, especially across north central Oklahoma, including Watonga, Enid, and Ponca City. #okwx3 days agoSpring is officially here, and that means spring storms. Learn more about severe storms and tornadoes at one of our free storm spotter training classes. You'll have four opportunities this week! Details: https://t.co/EHSw1kkiei https://t.co/fpQ697FTwG3 days agoBe prepared for some breezy southerly winds today! As the strong winds continue with warm air and moisture increasing through the region, a warm front will move through tonight and bring chances of rain through portions of central and northern Oklahoma overnight.
#okwx #texomawx https://t.co/vqDzln7n3p3 days agoSpring may officially begin tomorrow, but it's not the end of the temperature roller coaster. Watch as temperatures climb into the 70s and 80s by Wednesday, then drop again into the 50s and 60s late in the week. #okwx #texomawx https://t.co
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