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Much Needed Rains Fall Across the State, but also Brings Severe Weather

Wed, 28 Apr 2021 13:17:12 CDT

Much Needed Rains Fall Across the State, but also Brings Severe Weather The 24 hours Oklahoma Mesonet shows several areas received good rainfall.

The numbers below show the Rain totals across the state in the past 7 days.



Acme 1.23
Ada 1.51
Altus 0.16
Alva 0.13
Antlers 3.35
Apache 0.61
Ardmore 1.23
Arnett 0.04
Beaver 0
Bessie 0.12
Bixby 1.39
Blackwell 1.11
Boise City 0
Breckinridge 1.38
Bristow 2.08
Broken Bow 1.91
Buffalo 0.03
Burbank 1.27
Burneyville 1.09
Butler 0.13
Byars 2.24
Camargo 0.29
Centrahoma 1.51
Chandler 1.13
Cherokee 0.16
Cheyenne 0.06
Chickasha 0.98
Clayton 1.57
Cloudy 2.95
Cookson 1.86
Copan 0.65
Durant 3.67
El Reno 0.67
Elk City 0.06
Erick 0
Eufaula 1.87
Eva 0
Fairview 0.67
Fittstown 1.56
Foraker 0.87
Fort Cobb 0.58
Freedom 0.03
Goodwell 0.03
Grandfield 2.09
Guthrie 0.98
Haskell 2.03
Hectorville 1.87
Hinton 0.33
Hobart 0.19
Holdenville 1.92
Hollis 0.41
Hooker 0
Hugo 1.51
Idabel 1.27
Inola 0.99
Jay 0.65
Kenton 0.01
Ketchum Ranch 3.01
Kingfisher 1.18
Lahoma 1.83
Lake Carl Blackwell 1.1
Lane 1.58
Madill 0.74
Mangum 0.27
Marena 1.26
Marshall 1.73
May Ranch 0.01
McAlester 1.64
Medford 0.48
Medicine Park 0.75
Miami 0.51
Minco 1.17
Mt Herman 1.66
Newkirk 0.76
Newport 0.76
Norman 1.46
Nowata 0.29
Oilton 1.81
Okemah 1.88
Oklahoma City East 1.26
Okmulgee 2.76
Pauls Valley 4.74
Pawnee 1.51
Perkins 2.33
Porter 1.61
Pryor 0.57
Putnam 0.77
Red Rock 0.61
Ringling 1.34
Sallisaw 2.12
Seiling 0.18
Seminole 3.04
Shawnee 2.15
Skiatook 0.97
Slapout 0
Spencer 1.16
Stigler 2.4
Stillwater 1.39
Stuart 1.2
Sulphur 1.99
Tahlequah 1.29
Talala 0.62
Talihina 1.6
Tipton 1.03
Tishomingo 1.28
Tulsa 0.81
Valliant 1.43
Vinita 0.36
Walters 1.74
Washington 1.82
Watonga 0.61
Waurika 1.09
Weatherford 0.31
Webbers Falls 2.04
Westville 1.74
Wilburton 1.61
Wister 1.99
Woodward 0.03
Wynona 1.48
Yukon 1.61

Rain showers are expected to continue Thursday with additional severe thunderstorms expected during the evening, according to the National Weather Service in Norman. Several washed out roads and bridges were reported across the state in Garvin County, and teams are currently assessing the damage in Puals Valley where a tornado touched down yesterday. Thankfully no one was hurt.

   

 

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