Weather Blogs: News On 6 Weather Team
September Heat Wave BuildingNot all that long ago, it truly felt like fall was upon us. For ten days in a row, we had below-normal high temperatures. Two of those days, as you see below, only warmed to a mild 73°. That cool air was a product of a prolonged cloudy and wet spell versus a true autumn cold front. Usually we have one sweeping in from the north by now, but so far, summer still has a firm grip. [img] While our temperatures have heated up, so did the Tropics. At one point, there were four named ...
More Showers Across Eastern Oklahoma Today
For the third morning in a row, we’re dealing with scattered showers near and northwest of the Tulsa metro for the next few hours. Additional scattered showers with some thunder will remain possible today but the coverage should be smaller compared to yesterday afternoon.
Remnants of Gordon to Add to a Water-Logged Week
It has been a soggy start to September for Oklahoma. Not everyone has seen a good soaking quite yet, but a plume of Tropical moisture continues to lift into the state from the Gulf of Mexico. In response, Flood Watches have been posted both east and west of our viewing area. On top of that, the remnants of Tropical Storm Gordon are set to bring parts of Green Country even more rain by the end of the week. Most of the flooding has been confined to central Oklahoma so far, but that risk...
Hot, Humid Friday Across Eastern Oklahoma
It appears the mid-level ridge will expand today and Saturday across the state. After a few isolated showers or storms skirt across part of northern Oklahoma this morning, the ridge should shut things down for a while. This should keep the storm chances away from northeastern Oklahoma for the next few days and bring the heat and humidity back to the headlines.
Storm Chances Again Thursday For Some In Northeast Oklahoma
The big question this morning is the potential for storms to move from southeastern Kansas into northern Oklahoma and the possibility of severe weather. Some of the models offer the potential while other data, including most observational data support this chance will remain across far northeast Oklahoma into southeastern Kansas.