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Showers and thunderstorms are making their way through a large portion of north eastern Oklahoma and even into central Oklahoma. These storms have intense lightning and heavy rain associated with them. Through out the afternoon, these showers and storms are likely to continue to push east/south easterly. North eastern and east central Oklahoma will continue to see showers and cloudy skies for the rest of the day. The metro area will see decreasing clouds as the rain mass moves east, with temperatures will push into the mid 90's. Western Oklahoma will see mostly sunny skies and hot temperatures today! Winds will start to shift to be more south easterly throughout the state through tonight. For tomorrow, temperatures are expected to rise into the mid to upper 90s once again for much of the state. Winds will continue to be strong out of the south at 15 to 20 mph under mostly sunny skies.

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Almanac

Tuesday, September 2:


Yesterday:  High Temp:98 °F  (4:06 PM)  Moon Phase
Low Temp:74 °F  (6:53 AM)  
 
Today:Average High Temp:  90 °F  
Average Low Temp:68 °F  
Record High Temp:108 °F  (2000)
Record Low Temp:52 °F  (1974)
 
Sunrise:7:03 AM
Sunset:7:56 PM

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