Late Monday night a 4.7 quake hit central OK again and again it was felt by many Texomans. This was the third in three days.
One injured, road buckles & minor damage in Texoma are the results of the strongest quake ever in OK.
After waiting nearly a year for a decent extended rainfall the skies opened up during the weekend of Oct. 8th & 9th helping to reduce our rainfall deficit.
The NHC is monitoring a strong hurricane and three other areas that could quickly intensify including one in the Gulf.
Visitors to the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coast over the Labor Day Holiday should prepare for a change in plans.
After a recent lull in activity in Oklahoma the earth shook Texoma on Thursday.
Since the beginning of the year 35% of our days have been spent over 100 degrees and the days keep adding up.
Wichita Falls reached 100 at 9:25 A.M. today making this the 42nd day of 100 degree temperatures.
Another record falls; July ended as the hottest month in the history of Wichita Falls.
The low temperature in Wichita Falls Tues. July 26 was 88, making it the warmest low ever.
Many Texomans' are beginning to wonder if this will end up being the hottest summer ever and if we reach August. 3, it will be.
Texoma's are all too familiar with this year's historic drought but many are beginning to ask the questions...how will it end and how will we recover?
The N.W.S. issues Heat Advisory for unique reason.
The drought deficit is approaching one and a half feet. It makes one wonder how we got here.
Local SKYWARN ham radio operators are being asked to change frequency.
Areas that saw rain did not gain any ground against the drought. Some areas actually lost ground.
Recent rains have helped to improve the worst drought since 2006.
The most recent drought update shows more than 75% of Texoma now in the highest level of drought, Stage 5.
New drought information shows at least a third of Texoma counties and communities have reached Stage 5 "Exceptional" drought.
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