Only show alerts marked urgent/severe?

Forecast Narrative

Listen to the latest podcast

For our Thursday temperatures will be very pleasant across the state with highs in the mid to upper 70s under mostly clear to partly cloudy skies. There is a slight chance of severe weather across the Red River valley and south western OK today and into the overnight hours. Currently a stalled boundary is lying across the Red River valley with a weak mid level warm front across SW OK into the southern TX panhandle. This warm front is bringing warmer and moist air into the region, which is expected to destabilize the region by late afternoon. Main threats will be hail and strong winds. This activity is a precursor to Friday when a more widespread severe threat is possible. Current model guidance suggests a dryline set up across SW and S OK during the afternoon on Friday. Main severe threats include large hail and strong winds. The tornado risk appears very low at this time, however, more updates will be given as we head into tomorrow.

(more)
forecast
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5

Almanac

Thursday, April 28:


Yesterday:  High Temp:73 °F  (4:03 PM)  Moon Phase
Low Temp:53 °F  (4:00 AM)  
 
Today:Average High Temp:  76 °F  
Average Low Temp:54 °F  
Record High Temp:93 °F  (1902)
Record Low Temp:35 °F  (2008)
 
Sunrise:6:42 AM
Sunset:8:15 PM

Data Disclaimer: Use at your own risk. These data are provided "as is" and in no event shall the providers be liable for any damages including, without limitation, damages resulting from lost data or revenue, the costs of recovering such data, the costs of substituting data, claims by third parties, or for other similar costs, or any special, incidental, or consequential damages, arising out of the use of the data. The accuracy or reliability of the data is not guaranteed or warranted in any way and the Providers disclaim liability of any kind whatsoever including, without limitation, liability for quality, performance, merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose arising out of the use, or inability to use the data.

©1999-2016 University of Oklahoma

This page is best viewed in Mozilla Firefox.