This week has been an active week seismically as three quakes have occurred in or near Texoma causing portions of Texoma to shake.
Here is a look at the long term weather forecast for Texoma now through the beginning of 2015.
Here is a look at the long term forecast for Texoma taking us through the end of October.
The United States Geological Survey confirms an earthquake shook parts of Texoma on Monday, September 22, 2014.
Normally the Autumnal Equinox would be on September 23rd, but in Texoma it's on Friday, September 26, 2014.
The United States Geological Survey is reporting a magnitude 4.1 quake shook Oklahoma Friday morning, Sep. 12th.
The Governor of Oklahoma, Mary Fallin, announced the creation of a coordinating council on seismic activity, on Thursday.
There are two different calendars in the world of seasons, the Astronomical Calendar and the Meteorological Calendar.
A detailed look at August 2014 rainfall for Wichita Falls, US Drought Monitor, Lake capacity levels, and 100 degree day count.
Here is a look at the month long September weather forecast for Texoma.
The August Seasonal Drought Outlook shows hope for the future of Texoma.
According to the USGS the 4.2 temblor was felt in Texoma and shook at least two states.
From January to May 2014 this year has been one of the ten least active starts to the tornado season since 1953.
An amazing amount of earthqakes have shook OK & KS in the past 30 days, happening at an average of 3 per day.
El Nino chance has dropped down to 65% chance of formation after reaching a high of 80% on the last report.
The month of July 2014 saw more rain than any other July since the beginning of the decade, resulting in 348% of normal.
It seems the number of alerts the National Weather Service issues is endless but the fact is they only issue (generally) 36.
Roll clouds are a rare and beautiful phenomenon that have been observed all around the world, including Texoma.
The United States Drought Monitor has released their latest information in drought forecasting and it indicates improvement soon.
Extended periods of temperatures over 100 often result in dangers to humans, advisory issued.