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  • Dangerous Flooding Possible this Weekend

    ...- Clint Boone
    A strong storm system will move in Friday night and stick around most of the weekend.  There is the potential for up to 8 inches of rain in portions of Green Country.  Creeks, streams and rivers will be prone to flooding.  If you do live in flash flood pro
  • April Showers!

    ...- Clint Boone
    We received near a month's worth of rain in Tulsa Friday.  The Tulsa airport received around 3.2 inches. For the month of April we typically average 3.79 inches.  We are now over 6 inches of rain for the month with still more on the way next week. The good
  • Heavy Rain Possible Thursday & Friday

    ...- Clint Boone
    A strong storm system will be giving us high rain chances Thursday night through Saturday.  This should put a big dent in the ongoing drought we have been in.  Many areas north of I-40 may receive 3 to 4 inches of rain with up to 5 inches possible in some
  • Soggy Easter Sunday

    ...- Molly McCollum
    Easter Sunday will be soggy across Green Country. Showers and thunderstorms will persist throughout the morning hours moving from northwest to southeast. It is likely we will see a lull in the shower activity for the middle part of the day, however, skies
  • Easter Weekend Forecast

    ...- Clint Boone
    This weekend will include some sun and also some storms.   Saturday will be partly to mostly sunny and breezy with highs in the low 80s.  Showers and thunderstorms will be possible late Saturday night into Sunday morning. Easter afternoon will be partly su
  • Allergy Report: Lots of Pollen in the Air

    ...- Clint Boone
    If you're an allergy sufferer, tree pollen is most likely to blame. Lately, it has been mulberry, acer and oak trees. Weeds are now showing up in the low category as well as mold. Keep the kleenex handy!
  • Severe Weather Chances This Week

    ...- Clint Boone
    It looks like we will be experiencing a quiet week of weather.  We are right now in the heart of severe weather season but the storm track this week will be farther to the north of us. There will be chances for showers and thunderstorms by Easter with the
  • Storm Threat Sunday Evening

    ...- Clint Boone
    Sunday is looking windy and warm with more clouds around. Highs will be in the upper 70s. There may be some isolated storms to our west late in the day that may move closer to Green Country Sunday evening. Hail and winds would be the main threats.
  • Beneficial rain the last 7 days

    ...- Clint Boone
    You may be noticing lawns are greening up from the nice rains we received over the last week. Areas just north and west of the metro picked up around 2 inches.  We still need more rain but the recent rains have helped ease our drought and grass fire concer
  • Severe storms possible Tuesday afternoon and evening

    ...- Michael Collier
    A potent storm system will move into the area Tuesday afternoon and evening. This system will push a cool front into the area that will help ignite showers and storms in our region. Large hail and damaging winds will be possible, but an isolated tornado wi
  • Sun and Rain for your weekend

    ...- Clint Boone
    If you have weekend plans it looks like Saturday will be the best day of the two. Rain will begin to move in late Saturday afternoon. Scattered showers will be possible Saturday night. Scattered thunderstorms will be possible for Sunday.
  • Heavy Rainfall Possible This Week

    ...- Clint Boone
    A big dent may be put in the severe drought we've been in for the last several months!  A storm system will move in Tuesday night bringing in much needed rain. This is the GFS (American) computer model showing 2 to 3 inches possible from Tuesday evening th
  • Severe weather watches, warnings issued across Oklahoma

    ...- Clint Boone
    The National Weather Service issued Tornado Warnings for Hughes and Pittsburg counties Sunday evening.Both warnings have been canceled, but a Tornado Watch remains in effect for areas west and south of Tulsa. The watch includes Pawnee, Payne, Creek, Lincol
  • Severe storms likely today

    ...- Michael Collier
    Severe storms will likely develop late this afternoon in Central and Southern Oklahoma and then begin to move east into Eastern Oklahoma this evening.Large hail and damaging winds will be possible. However, a few isolated tornadoes will be possible, especi
  • Severe weather possible Sunday afternoon and evening.

    ...- Michael Collier
    There will be an enhanced risk for severe storms late Sunday afternoon across Central Oklahoma.If storms develop, they have the potential to become severe with large hail and damaging winds the primary concern. There will also be an associated tornado risk
  • Dangerous Flooding Possible this Weekend

    ...- Clint Boone
    A strong storm system will move in Friday night and stick around most of the weekend.  There is the potential for up to 8 inches of rain in portions of Green Country.  Creeks, streams and rivers will be prone to flooding.  If you do live in flash flood pro
  • April Showers!

    ...- Clint Boone
    We received near a month's worth of rain in Tulsa Friday.  The Tulsa airport received around 3.2 inches. For the month of April we typically average 3.79 inches.  We are now over 6 inches of rain for the month with still more on the way next week. The good
  • Heavy Rain Possible Thursday & Friday

    ...- Clint Boone
    A strong storm system will be giving us high rain chances Thursday night through Saturday.  This should put a big dent in the ongoing drought we have been in.  Many areas north of I-40 may receive 3 to 4 inches of rain with up to 5 inches possible in some
  • Soggy Easter Sunday

    ...- Molly McCollum
    Easter Sunday will be soggy across Green Country. Showers and thunderstorms will persist throughout the morning hours moving from northwest to southeast. It is likely we will see a lull in the shower activity for the middle part of the day, however, skies
  • Easter Weekend Forecast

    ...- Clint Boone
    This weekend will include some sun and also some storms.   Saturday will be partly to mostly sunny and breezy with highs in the low 80s.  Showers and thunderstorms will be possible late Saturday night into Sunday morning. Easter afternoon will be partly su
  • Allergy Report: Lots of Pollen in the Air

    ...- Clint Boone
    If you're an allergy sufferer, tree pollen is most likely to blame. Lately, it has been mulberry, acer and oak trees. Weeds are now showing up in the low category as well as mold. Keep the kleenex handy!
  • Severe Weather Chances This Week

    ...- Clint Boone
    It looks like we will be experiencing a quiet week of weather.  We are right now in the heart of severe weather season but the storm track this week will be farther to the north of us. There will be chances for showers and thunderstorms by Easter with the
  • Storm Threat Sunday Evening

    ...- Clint Boone
    Sunday is looking windy and warm with more clouds around. Highs will be in the upper 70s. There may be some isolated storms to our west late in the day that may move closer to Green Country Sunday evening. Hail and winds would be the main threats.
  • Beneficial rain the last 7 days

    ...- Clint Boone
    You may be noticing lawns are greening up from the nice rains we received over the last week. Areas just north and west of the metro picked up around 2 inches.  We still need more rain but the recent rains have helped ease our drought and grass fire concer
  • Severe storms possible Tuesday afternoon and evening

    ...- Michael Collier
    A potent storm system will move into the area Tuesday afternoon and evening. This system will push a cool front into the area that will help ignite showers and storms in our region. Large hail and damaging winds will be possible, but an isolated tornado wi
  • Sun and Rain for your weekend

    ...- Clint Boone
    If you have weekend plans it looks like Saturday will be the best day of the two. Rain will begin to move in late Saturday afternoon. Scattered showers will be possible Saturday night. Scattered thunderstorms will be possible for Sunday.
  • Heavy Rainfall Possible This Week

    ...- Clint Boone
    A big dent may be put in the severe drought we've been in for the last several months!  A storm system will move in Tuesday night bringing in much needed rain. This is the GFS (American) computer model showing 2 to 3 inches possible from Tuesday evening th
  • Severe weather watches, warnings issued across Oklahoma

    ...- Clint Boone
    The National Weather Service issued Tornado Warnings for Hughes and Pittsburg counties Sunday evening.Both warnings have been canceled, but a Tornado Watch remains in effect for areas west and south of Tulsa. The watch includes Pawnee, Payne, Creek, Lincol
  • Severe storms likely today

    ...- Michael Collier
    Severe storms will likely develop late this afternoon in Central and Southern Oklahoma and then begin to move east into Eastern Oklahoma this evening.Large hail and damaging winds will be possible. However, a few isolated tornadoes will be possible, especi
  • Severe weather possible Sunday afternoon and evening.

    ...- Michael Collier
    There will be an enhanced risk for severe storms late Sunday afternoon across Central Oklahoma.If storms develop, they have the potential to become severe with large hail and damaging winds the primary concern. There will also be an associated tornado risk
  • Severe storms possible today

    ...- Michael Collier
    A strong upper-level system will move into the area tonight. Ahead of the storm system, warm and moist air will continue to stream into the region.The atmosphere will become moderately unstable today, which will help thunderstorms become severe as a cool f
  • Latest Drought Conditions

    ...- Clint Boone
    The majority of Green Country remains in a severe drought. For the month of March Tulsa is over an inch and a half below normal.  Storm systems Friday and Sunday will bring us some rain. The long range computer models are hinting at above normal precipitat
  • Severe storms possible Friday & Sunday

    ...- Michael Collier
    A very active weather pattern will develop Friday and last through much of next week. A line of storms is expected to develop Friday afternoon and race east into Arkansas by early evening. Hail and damaging winds will be the primary concern.There will be a
  • Latest Burn Bans

    ...- Meteorologist Clint Boone
    We have several counties with burn bans due to the dry conditions. Please no outdoor burning! We will receive some much needed rain by the end of the week.
  • Get ready for a great weekend!

    ...- Clint Boone
    This weekend will be so much better than last weekend so get out and enjoy it! There may be a few showers early Sunday morning but that should be about it for rain chances.  Fire danger does increase Sunday afternoon with gusty south winds and highs in the
  • A Mild St. Patrick's Day

    ...- Clint Boone
    We may see some drizzle Friday morning but the afternoon should be mostly cloudy and pleasant with highs in the middle 70s.  A weak cool front will move through during the day. The better chances for rain should be in far eastern Oklahoma.
  • Nice Weather in Tulsa for March Madness

    ...- Clint Boone
    As many basketball fans converge on Tulsa for March madness they will certainly enjoy some warmer weather. There will be a slight chance for a shower or thunderstorm Friday night but the weekend will be dry and pleasant. 
  • Last Frost/Freeze Dates

    ...- Clint Boone
    We aren't quite done with chilly winter mornings across Green Country. In fact, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings with be below freezing so you may hold off on planting.  Our average last frost is usually the end of March but we have had a frost as late as Ma
  • Soggy Saturday with cool temps through Tuesday

    ...- Michael Collier
    Rain will continue to move across the area today. Temperatures will remain rather chilly with highs in the 40s today. Skies will gradually clear tonight and temperatures will fall into the upper 20s and lower 30s for morning lows.Chilly weather continues t
  • Severe Thunderstorm Watch issued

    ...- Michael Collier
    Severe Storm Watch until 11:00 p.m.
  • A Stormy Monday Night!

    ...- Meteorologist Clint Boone
    Besides the damaging winds an hail we received in Green Country there was quite a severe weather outbreak across the Midwest Monday evening. There were nearly 3 dozen reported tornadoes mainly in Missouri, Iowa and Ilinois.This was caused by a strong cold
  • Tornado Watch until 3 a.m.

    ...- Aaron Reeves
    The National Weather Service in Tulsa has issued a Tornado Watch across much of Northeast Oklahoma until 3:00 AM CST.  A strong storm system continues to move into the area this evening. Ahead of this system is a very dynamic and unstable environment which
  • Weekend Forecast

    ...- Clint Boone
    It looks like a mild, breezy weekend can be expected. So if you have outdoor activities you should be able to enjoy yourself if you can handle to the gusty south winds. There may be a few showers in SE Oklahoma for Sunday.
  • High Tree Pollen!

    ...- Clint Boone
    If you've been sneezing lately, blame the tree pollen in the air! The cedar trees are producing the most. Mold is in the moderate category. Our warm winter has sped up the plants and trees coming out of dormancy. Keep the tissue box handy for awhile!
  • What to expect in March

    ...- Clint Boone
    Happy March 1st! March can be a pretty crazy month in Oklahoma with cold snaps, snow, severe weather and hot spells.
  • March: 'In like a lion, out like a lamb'

    ...- Molly McCollum
    Storms rolled through our area early in the morning hours giving truth to the first half of the saying March comes in like a lion, out like a lamb. The big question is what can we expect for the rest of March? Today is the official start to meteorological
  • WEATHER ALERT: Isolated severe storms possible Tuesday afternoon and night

    ...- Clint Boone
    The end of February is not the typical time we talk about severe weather, but the spring storm season appears to be starting earlier.  We could see a few severe storms develop this afternoon and evening across eastern Oklahoma, but the better threat for or
  • Author, writer Jay Cronley dies

    ...- Michael Collier
    Former Tulsa World writer Jay Cronley has died, according to one of his former colleagues. Dave Sittler, a former sports columnist at the Tulsa World and a friend of Cronley's, tweeted out the news Monday morning. Cronley was best known for his opinion pie
  • Latest Drought Index

    ...- Clint Boone
    Here is the  latest drought index. We no longer have the extreme drought in southeast Oklahoma. The Tulsa metro is still in a severe drought. It is still advisable to not do any outdoor burning with the dry vegetation. We will see some rain chances by the
  • Is it February or June?

    ...- Molly McCollum
    Temperatures this afternoon will soar into the mid 80s for the second time this February. That's after tying for the warmest morning on record for today with 55 degrees. To put it in perspective of just how warm our morning was, our usual high in the after
  • Record highs likely Thursday

    ...- Clint Boone
    The unseasonably warm weather looks to continue through Thursday. We will mostly likely set a new record high Thursday in the low to middle 80s. A cold front will move through Friday with temps in the 50s likely.  Temps drop below freezing Saturday morning
  • Tulsa County ranks 6th for most Oklahoma tornadoes since 1950

    ...- Molly McCollum
    Oklahoma is no stranger to tornadoes, but where in the state are you more likely to see a tornado? Caddo County in southwest Oklahoma has had the most reports since 1950 with 116 tornadoes.  Oklahoma County (Oklahoma City) comes in a close second with 113
  • March weather outlook: An early spring with the potential for some cold snaps

    ...- Michael Collier
    The winter season is almost over, but I have a feeling we aren't out of the woods yet. While the March outlook calls for slightly above normal temperatures possible, there is still the potential for a few strong cold snaps, which would kill any plants that
  • High tree pollen making you sneeze

    ...- Clint Boone
    With the warm temps some trees are budding and the gusty winds have been carrying much of the tree pollen in the air. So if you have been sneezing, it's the cedar and alder trees to blame! This is a little bit early to see such high pollen!These numbers wi
  • Spring is ahead of schedule

    ...- Molly McCollum
    According to the Spring Leaf Index from the National Phenology Network, Spring has arrived early to many areas across the southern half of the United States. In many cases, up to 3 weeks early. The Spring Leaf Index is measure of early season events in pla
  • Mild weekend with some rain chances

    ...- Clint Boone
    Temperatures will stay unseasonably warm for the weekend. There will be more clouds both days. By Sunday night into Monday morning showers and thunderstorms will be possible as a storm system moves into the area. The latest rainfall amounts look to range f
  • Warmer temps return

    ...- Clint Boone
    After our recent cool, wet spell, spring-like weather will be returning Thursday and will last for the next several days. Our average high is 53 and the next 8 to 10 days will be above that.
  • Soggy Valentine's Day as rain moves into Green Country

    ...- Michael Collier
    Rain is moving into Eastern Oklahoma and is expected to stick around through Tuesday. The rain will gradually shift south Tuesday with higher chances shifting south too. Generally, a half inch to as much as 2 inches of rain will be likely across the state.
  • Much needed rain on the way

    ...- Molly McCollum
    An upper level system will push scattered showers into our area starting Monday night and continuing into Tuesday. The more impressive rainfall totals will be confined to south of I-40 where localized areas could see up to an inch of rain. Amounts will be
  • Rain in the forecast!

    ...- Clint Boone
    We are finally going to see a pretty decent chance for rain across the area late Monday night and Tuesday. We are in a severe drought across a big chunk of Green Country. We have had numerous grass fires and everything is so dry.An upper level storm system
  • 'Record obliterating heat' Saturday as temps reach the mid-80s

    ...- Michael Collier
    Highs today will be more typical of June than February with temperatures soaring into the mid-80s. The winds will start off strong but will weaken by late afternoon as a cool front enters the area.Much cooler weather returns Monday through early next week
  • High fire danger and record-shattering heat

    ...- Molly McCollum
    In typical Oklahoma fashion, we're in for 3 different seasons this weekend. Kicking off the weekend on Friday, look for Spring-like weather with afternoon highs in the 70s. Although the nice, warm weather will come with the trade off of high fire danger al
  • Latest Drought Information

    ...- Clint Boone
    With very little rain lately the drought continues to grow across the area. The Tulsa metro remains in a severe drought with portions of Haskell, Latimer, Leflore and Sequoyah counties in an extreme drought. There is some good news in that rain chances wil
  • Scorching Saturday on the way

    ...- Molly McCollum
    We are still in the heart of winter but our recent temperatures have felt more like Spring and Saturday will be no exception. Highs are Saturday are forecast to soar into the mid 80s with plenty of sunshine and gusty southerly winds. An afternoon high of 8
  • Mild weather in the weekend forecast

    ...- Clint Boone
    We will begin to warm up as we head into the weekend. It doesn't look like there will be much sunshine. Saturday will be breezy with highs near 50. Sunday will be cloudy and warmer with highs in the low 60s.  There will be a slight chance for showers Sunda
  • Really warm conditions possible next weekend

    ...- Michael Collier
    Long range data suggesting temperatures could climb to near 80 degrees by next weekend. This weekend will be mild with temperatures in the 50s and 60s, but the weekend of the 11th could see temperatures climb to near 80 degrees. It was just last year on Fe
  • Groundhog Day 2017: Phil says '6 more weeks of Winter' but meteorologists say early Spring

    ...- Molly McCollum
    Early this morning, Punxsutawney Phil crawled out of his hole and gave the world his annual weather prediction--6 more weeks of winter. It's not clear on how exactly he saw his shadow considering thick cloud cover and snow showers loomed over Punxsutawney,
  • February Weather Norms

    ...- Meteorologist Clint Boone
    We have started a new month of February on a cool, breezy note.  This is the last full month of winter with spring beginning March 20.  Average snowfall is near 2 inches. This is typically one of our drier months.We can see quite a range of temperatures fo
  • Moon, Venus and Mars visible tonight

    ...- Michael Collier
    Tonight's sky was a trifecta! The Moon, Venus and Mars were all visible in the night sky.  Did you grab a pic? Send us a pic at burst.com/ktul and we could air it on the news.
  • Rain this weekend

    ...- Michael Collier
    A storm system will move into the area this weekend, which will increase our rain chances.The storm system will not be that strong, but will be able to produce between a 10th of an inch and a half-inch of rain across the area.It won't be a complete washout
  • Quiet, dry weather ahead

    ...- Clint Boone
    We remain in a drought across northeast Oklahoma but January has actually been unusually wet. For the month we have received nearly 3 and a half inches of rain. Typically January is one of our driest months with an average of 1.66 inches.Looking at the lon
  • Are you sneezing? There's a reason!

    ...- Meteorologist Clint Boone
    If you've been sneezing lately you might want to blame the tree pollen. Yes, it's not spring but we still have pollen in the air especially on these mild, breezy days in the 70s. The latest count shows cedar trees as the culprit. As we head into March when
  • Rain late Saturday, early Sunday

    ...- Clint Boone
    For your weekend Saturday will be very nice. A storm system moves in late Saturday night and Sunday morning. This storm system won't bring us significant rain but some areas may approach a half an inch.The best timing of the rain will be Sunday morning wit
  • Dense fog possible overnight

    ...- Michael Collier
    Once again, dense fog will be possible overnight. Some locations may experience very low visibilities. It's advised to allow yourself extra time to reach your destination.Some sun and warmer weather will return to the area Friday and Saturday with highs in
  • Rain, sun in the weekend forecast

    ...- Meteorologist Clint Boone
    After looking at the latest data part of the weekend will be nice, the other half will be soggy.  Saturday will be gorgeous with temps in the middle to upper 60s.  A storm system will move in late Saturday night into Sunday. We will see pretty high rain ch
  • More freezing rain on the way: Ice Storm Warning for the Tulsa metro

    ...- Molly McCollum
    An Ice Storm Warning is now in effect for Tulsa County until 2 p.m. Heavy waves of freezing rain continue to move along and north of I-44. Ice accumulations could reach up to a quarter of an inch causing slick spots on the roads, especially elevated surfac
  • More ice on the way: Freezing Rain Advisory in effect through noon Saturday

    ...- Michael Collier
    The heavier rain/freezing rain will move into the area overnight tonight. At the same time, the freezing line moves back to the south and brings the Tulsa Metro area below freezing overnight.As a result, the Tulsa area could see some significant ice accumu
  • Winter Storm Watch issued for much of Green Country through Sunday morning

    ...- Michael Collier
    The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for areas along and north of I-44.The watch includes Osage, Washington, Nowata, Craig, Ottawa, Pawnee, Tulsa, Rogers and Creek counties.  It goes into effect Friday morning and lasts through Sund
  • Snow possible in Green Country overnight into Friday morning

    ...- Michael Collier
    A weak storm system is moving through the region Thursday night. There will be a chance for some light snow for areas along and south of Interstate 40. Light accumulations will be possible too, with a few areas south of I-40 picking up one to two inches.Du
  • Mild holiday weekend

    ...- Meteorologist Clint Boone
    Temperatures look to be above normal as we wrap up 2016 and head into 2017. There will be a weak front that moves through Saturday afternoon. Winds will switch from the south to the northwest. The fire threat will be low with lower wind speeds Saturday. Ne
  • Mild Holiday Weekend

    ...- Clint Boone
    It won't feel much like Christmas this weekend with highs in the 60s expected. There will be plenty of clouds Saturday with some drizzle possible by evening. A cold front will approach the area Sunday afternoon with some showers and thunderstorms possible.
  • Christmas storm brewing

    ...- Michael Collier
    The latest data continues to support an active pattern developing by the Christmas weekend. Model data continues to flip flop back and forth with the track, timing and strength of the storm system.The images that are attached show different outcomes for th
  • Snow possible along with dangerous wind chills

    ...- Michael Collier
    The much anticipated cold front has cleared the area, but the true Arctic air will continue to ooze into the region today. As the main blast of Artic air arrives, there will be a band of snow showers that will move through. The snow will be rather short li
  • Bitter Cold This Weekend!

    ...- Meteorologist Clint Boone
    We have had a couple of rounds of chilly air this month. The arctic express will be blasting through the area during the day Saturday and Sunday. We will probably reach our highs Saturday morning in the 40s with tumbling temps below freezing during the day
  • Tumbling Temperatures!

    ...- Meteorologist Clint Boone
    The coldest air mass of the season will be affecting the area Wednesday through Friday. There won't be much moisture with the storm system but there will be frigid air. Lows Thursday morning will be in the teens with single digit lows possible.Friday morni
  • Cold blast next week

    ...- Molly McCollum
    Today is the first day of meteorological winter! Astronomical winter doesn't arrive until December 21st but bitterly cold weather is on the way for next week. Before we can get to next week, let's talk about this weekend: We are tracking a storm system tha
  • Cold grows in December, but will it snow?

    ...- Michael Collier
    November will end up being the third or fourth warmest November on record, so there really hasn't been that much cold weather to contend with...yet.  December could make up for what November was lacking. While temperatures overall for the month of December
  • Foggy, frosty morning + next chances for rain

    ...- Molly McCollum
    We saw widespread freezing, dense fog across Green Country this morning.  Thanks to the fact that our ground temperatures are still fairly warm, the freezing fog hasn't created any major travel problems this morning. The fog will start to clear by late mor
  • A mild holiday forecast

    ...- Clint Boone
    We will enjoy some great weather for Thanksgiving with highs in the middle 60s. As we head into the weekend it will remain dry and mild Friday and Saturday. The next chance for rain looks to arrive late Sunday into early Monday.
  • Widespread freeze likely this weekend

    ...- Michael Collier
    Most areas in Eastern Oklahoma will drop to the freezing mark by Saturday morning, with a lot of the readings dropping into the upper 20s. Temperatures in a few places have already dropped below freezing, but this weekend most if not all areas should final
  • From flip flops back to sweaters

    ...- Clint Boone
    The unusually warm weather looks to continue through Thursday.  We may set a record high Thursday if we get above 80 degrees. The record is 80 set in 1969. A strong cold front will blast through the area early Friday morning.  Temperatures Friday will only
  • Fall color delayed this year

    ...- Clint Boone
    We typically see the peak colors of Fall around the end of October and first part of November. Due to our warm, dry conditions in October we didn't see much color. With cooler mornings during the last week we are starting to see more of a changeover. This
  • Strong earthquakes this year in Oklahoma

    ...- Clint Boone
    There has been quite a bit of shaking across the state this year. Many of us felt the 5.0 temblor Sunday evening that caused damage in Cushing. As you look at the data the all-time strongest for the state occurred two months ago near Pawnee.  In February a
  • Supermoon will be spectacular

    ...- Michael Collier
    On Monday, November 14th, Oklahoman's will be able to witness the biggest Super Moon since 1948. Of course, we need to have our skies clear, and with the drought that's in place, the odds are in our favor. NASA explains that the moon’s orbit is elliptical,
  • When will we see  our first frost?

    ...- Clint Boone
    October was way above normal for temperatures and so far November is quite warm. Today marks the average first frost date for the area.  Interestingly, last year we had to wait until Nov. 21 to have our first frost. It looks like it will probably be anothe
  • Unseasonably warm Halloween!

    ...- Clint Boone
    We could see near record highs for Halloween. The record is 87 set in 1950 and that is the forecast high for the day. For the end of October the average high is 69.  No jackets will be needed to cover up your trick or treaters with 70s during the evening.
  • Brief cool down expected

    ...- Michael Collier
    The unusually warm start to fall will continue through the end of October. Most long range models keep temperatures above normal through the rest of the month. The last time this happened was back in 2005. That year, the warmth continued into November, bef
  • Warm weekend ahead

    ...- Clint Boone
    After some chilly weather for Thursday temperatures will climb well above normal as we head through the weekend. The average high this time of the year is 74 degrees. We will have near record temps by Sunday and Monday. So, get the shorts back out but keep
  • Temperature swings this week

    ...- Clint Boone
    We will be unseasonably warm and windy this week before a strong cold front moves in for Wednesday. The average high this time of year is 75 but it will be in the 80s Tuesday and then again over the weekend.
  • From shorts to sweaters, cold front moving through Oklahoma

    ...- Clint Boone
    We will experience quite a swing in temperatures the next few days. We will feel like summer today and tomorrow with highs near 90.  A strong cold front will be moving through Thursday night into Friday morning, dropping our temps into the 60s Friday.  The
  • Severe storm chances for parts of Oklahoma Tuesday

    ...- Michael Collier
    There is a slight risk for severe storms this afternoon and evening across central and parts of eastern Oklahoma. The highest threat for severe weather will be along the Oklahoma and Kansas border and near the Ponca City area. Damaging winds and large hail
  • Deer Season Begins Saturday

    ...- Clint Boone
    Quite a few hunters will be out this weekend.  We are not expecting many changes in our weather. The mornings will be cool with mild afternoons and very little wind.
  • Rare Black Moon will occur Friday night

    ...- Michael Collier
    A rare black moon will occur Friday morning. This Friday night we will experience our second New Moon of the month, something that only happens once every 19 years.What does a Black Moon look like? Well, it's the new moon, which means that that the Moon wi
  • Thursday marks the first day of the fall season

    ...- Clint Boone
    Today is the day of the autumnal equinox otherwise known as the first day of fall. We will roughly have 12 hours of daylight and darkness.  On this day the sun's vertical ray's are at the equator. We will have to be patient for the true cool feel of fall t
  • Not as muggy the rest of the week

    ...- Meteorologist Clint Boone
    For the last two days heat indices have ranged from 105 to 109 across the area. Beginning Wednesday drier air will move in from the east. It will still be very warm but it won't feel as humid. The break from the excessive humidity should continue the rest
  • Weekend forecast

    ...- Clint Boone
    As we head into the weekend it will still be feeling like Summer. A weak cool front will push through Saturday morning bringing with it a slight chance for a shower. Saturday afternoon will be warm and humid with highs in the middle 80s. For Sunday a few s
  • Latest drought information

    ...- Meteorologist Clint Boone
    Parts of Green Country are still finding themselves in a moderate to severe drought. As mentioned before, Tulsa (airport) is over 7 inches below normal for the year. The majority of Tulsa county is abnormally dry. But, when you head into Wagoner and even R
  • Still a rainfall deficit for Tulsa

    ...- Clint Boone
    As we head into the middle of September we could still use some rain. For the month, we have received around an inch and a half at the Tulsa airport. As for the year, we are more than 7 inches below normal.  The good news is there will be a chance for heav
  • Cooler Weekend Forecast

    ...- Clint Boone
    A cold front will move across the area early Saturday morning with a more comfortable air mass behind it. Showers and thunderstorms will be possible through 6 or 7am in the metro. By afternoon we will see sunny, breezy weather with highs near 80. Sunday mo
  • Are you sneezing?

    ...- Clint Boone
    If you've been sneezing lately and don't know why, blame the ragweed. It is high right now along with moderate levels of tree and grass pollen. As we head into fall ragweed will be the big reason you're sniffling and sneezing. Have your box of Kleenex hand
  • Hot Days and Rain Chances

    ...- Aaron Reeves
    The next few days will be on the hot and breezy side with highs in the mid 90's. After that there look to be a few changes. Thursday a front will move into the central plains and interact with moisture from the remnants of Hurricane Newton that is now in  
  • A great holiday weekend!

    ...- Clint Boone
    We will have a nice taste of Fall for the first part of our holiday weekend. Temperatures will drop in the middle to upper 50s across the area for Saturday morning. Saturday afternoon will be very nice with sunshine and highs in the middle 80s. Sunday will
  • Fall is just around the corner!

    ...- Clint Boone
    Happy Sept. 1! It looks like we will enjoy a taste of fall as we head into the holiday weekend!  This is a month we transition from hot weather to milder, more comfortable conditions. As you can see, the first of the month the average high is 90. By the en
  • Labor day weekend weather=Amazing

    ...- Michael Collier
    Simply put, the weather this weekend will be amazing. Drier air will mean lower humidity and calm conditions.  Enjoy!
  • Taste of Fall on the way

    ...- Meteorologist Clint Boone
    It looks like we will have a break in the hot, muggy weather heading into  Thursday.  A cold front will move in Thursday morning with milder, drier air in its wake. High temperatures for Thursday through Saturday will be in the middle 80s with lows droppin
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