The Oklahoma Mesonet weather network at 8:05 a.m. was showing that the Mesonet station at Porter had recorded 4.44 inches of rain in the last 24 hours.
Closer to Oklahoma City, it shows Shawnee with 2.54 inches of rain in the last 24 hours. The Oklahoma City – North site received .13 inches of rain during that time span.
For those planning to be out this evening in the National Weather Service, Norman coverage area, their forecast shows, “Clear and seaonably cool weather will occur this evening with temperatures mainly in the 55 to 65 degree range. Winds will quickly diminish to less than 10 mph.”
And here’s a look at the U.S. Drought Monitor report released today. This reflects drought conditions in the state as of Tuesday this week:
|3 Months Ago||7/30/2013||47.23||52.77||37.93||32.04||23.20||1.42|
|Start of Calendar Year||1/1/2013||0.00||100.00||100.00||100.00||94.89||37.06|
|Start of Water Year||10/1/2013||21.74||78.26||43.00||17.62||4.42||1.45|
|One Year Ago||10/23/2012||0.00||100.00||100.00||99.43||66.76||27.13|
- D0 – Abnormally Dry
- D1 – Moderate Drought
- D2 – Severe Drought
- D3 – Extreme Drought
- D4 – Exceptional Drought
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