After weeks of quiet conditions across Texoma the earth moved on Election day. Click the story to find out more.
Beautiful sunsets are nothing unusual in Texoma. But, the sunset on October 23, 2014, will be a little different.
On Thursday, October 16, 2014 the National Weather Service released the new Winter 2014-2015 Weather Outlook.
Hurricanes in both oceans are forecast to impact vacation destinations interrupting travel.
Severe storms on Sunday and early Monday result in high winds and damage to buildings across Texoma.
Here is your October El Niño forecast for November '14 - January '15.
High temperatures the recent days make us think of Indian Summer. And, many of us have heard of Indian Summer, but what is it and when is it?
In the past few days the temperatures have been on a roller coaster reaching near record lows and approaching near record highs.
The date of the average first freeze in Texoma is rapidly approaching.
As the drought gets worse 12 Texoma counties are now in the highest stage of drought, "exceptional."
A professor at Texas A&M recently stated that he believed El Niño would have no effect on weather in Texoma.
The annual tornado season is reaching its end and the overall tornado touchdowns is well below normal for this time of year.
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.