NWS Norman

NWS Norman


Official Twitter account for the National Weather Service Norman, OK. Details: http://t.co/KKTK7cZlhK

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12:31 AM - Flood Advisory in effect until 3:30 AM for the Oklahoma City metro area. Heavy rain could lead to flooding in some areas across the metro, especially in low-lying and/or flood prone areas.

9:31p-Showers and storms continue to develop and move across portions of northern and western OK. Some are strong to severe producing damaging winds and heavy rain.

10:35p-Storms continue to move across portions of northern and western OK. Some of the storms are strong to severe. Strong wind gusts also possible ahead of storms.

11:51p-Showers and storms continue to move across portions of OK and W N TX. Some of storms are strong to severe. Strong wind gusts are also occurring ahead of the storms in some areas.

12:29a-Showers/storms continue to move across portions of OK and W N TX. Strong winds are possible with some of the storms. The strong winds will occur before storms at some locations.

A few showers are expected this morning over central OK. Only a small amount of rainfall will occur. #okwx 

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A severe thunderstorm, located near Gerty, may produce quarter size hail and 60 mph wind gusts. This storm is moving SE at 20 mph. Strong to severe thunderstorms will remain possible through this evening across east-central OK. #okwx  #texomawx 

6:34p-Showers/storms continue to develop in parts of SE and S Central OK early this evening. Some of the storms are strong to severe with hail, strong winds, and heavy rain.

7:43p-Isolated to scattered showers/storms remain possible this evening across portions of OK. Some of the storms may be strong to severe with strong wind gusts and hail, but the severe potential is expected to diminish over the next couple of hours.

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Surveying tornado damage in El Reno. At least EF2 damage found so far. Survey continues.

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(1/3) ***Please watch the weather situation closely Monday through Tuesday morning*** Significant severe storms and flooding expected Monday through Tuesday morning. (Please consider retweeting to get the word out)

The El Reno tornado of May 31, 2013 is officially the widest known tornado in the U.S. Rated EF-5. #okwx  #txwx 

8:25 AM Update: the HIGH RISK has been expanded to cover more of Oklahoma, including all of the OKC metro area. I don't know what more we can say that hasn't been said. Please pay attention. Know where you will shelter. And take action quickly if you feel threatened.

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Here we go! TORNADO DRILL MESSAGE! Please Retweet! #twittertwister  #okwx  #txwx 

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This young man was home alone and survived. In this case advice to shelter in small room, middle of home worked!

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