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The National Weather Service In Tulsa Has Extended The * Flood Warning For... Central Sequoyah County In East Central Oklahoma... * Until 215 Pm Cdt Monday * At 200 Pm Cdt, Emergency Management Reported That Several Roadways Remain Flooded. Some Roadways May Remain Closed Into Monday ...Read More.
Effective: August 13, 2017 at 2:09pmExpires: August 14, 2017 at 2:15pmTarget Area: Sequoyah

Areas of Dense Fog will be possible across a LARGE portion of Oklahoma overnight tonight through about 9-10 AM on Tuesday AM.  Some locations along and North of I-40 may see some ICE buildup on elevated roads, bridges and overpasses.  The most likely area will be in FAR NE OK NE of the Tulsa Metro.    Dense Fog will still be possible even down into Southern/SE OK by morning but temperatures will be warm enough down south where we shouldn’t have much of a concern when it comes to any icy spots.   

Temperatures on both Tuesday & Wednesday will be seasonably warm with some areas reaching near 70 degrees by Wednesday afternoon especially down towards Southwestern Oklahoma.  Don’t get too complacent though because the cold weather returns come late Wednesday into Thursday as our next front moves into the Region.

 

850 MB Level temperatures on Thursday Afternoon show any precip that we can squeeze out will likely be in the form of light flurries.

Future Radar for Thursday Afternoon – A few light flurries are possible from near the Metro to near Bartlesville and points E/SE. The air will be fairly dry thus I do not expect much in the way of accumulations! 

 

Once again *ANY* flurries that fall Thursday will be VERY, VERY LIGHT.. Maybe just maybe if we get lucky we might squeeze out 1/2 inch across the far North/NE.

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