Sat, 25 May: A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, with Hazards – L: 66°, H: 87°

Today’s forcast for Tulsa Oklahoma, as of 5:15 AM on Saturday, the 25th of May. Overnight, a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 66. Southeast wind around 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph. Looking ahead, Saturday, a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms before 7am. Partly sunny, with a high near 87. South wind around 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph. Saturday Night, a 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Some of the storms could produce heavy rainfall. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 68. New rainfall amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch, except higher amounts possible in thunderstorms. And then, Sunday, a 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms before 1pm. Partly sunny, with a high near 87. South wind 10 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph. Sunrise today will be at 6:11 am and the sun will set at 8:30 pm.

There are 5 local weather hazards at the time of this report. Here are those local weather hazards.

Flood Watch. Additional flooding possible for portions of northeast Oklahoma through early Saturday morning. Flash flood watch now in effect through sunday morning. The Flash Flood Watch is now in effect for. A portion of northeast Oklahoma. including the following counties. Craig. Creek. Nowata. Osage. Pawnee. Rogers. Tulsa and Washington OK. Through Sunday morning. Showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop late Saturday night. The weather pattern favors backbuilding storms which could bring localized heavier rain amounts. Observed rain amounts through this morning ranged from 1-2″ in an axis from Miami to Pawnee. This recent rain, combined with several days of above normal rainfall, will further exacerbate flooding conditions. Major flooding is already occurring along the Arkansas River and any additional rainfall would cause higher inflows into area lakes and rivers. Remember, most flood related deaths occur in automobiles and flooding is the leading cause of weather related deaths. Heed all road closures, and never drive around barricades. Precautionary/preparedness actions. A flash flood watch means rapidly rising water or flooding is possible within the watch area.

Flood Statement. The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Bird Creek near Sperry affecting Osage and Tulsa Counties. The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Bird Creek at Avant affecting Osage County. Bird Creek near Owasso-Mingo affecting Tulsa County. Okc113-143-251514- /o. Ktsa. T0000z-190526t1905z/ /speo2. T0000z. T0000z. T1305z. NO/ 214 AM Central Daylight Time Sat May 25 2019. The Flood Warning continues for The Bird Creek near Sperry. until Sunday afternoon, or until the warning is cancelled. At 2:00 AM Saturday, the stage was 16. feet. Flood stage is 21. feet. Minor flooding is forecast. Forecast. The Bird Creek near Sperry is expected to rise above flood stage this evening and continue to rise to near 21. feet by Sunday before dawn. The river is expected to fall below flood stage Sunday morning. Impact. At 21. feet, minor agricultural flooding occurs. Lon 3640 9593 3620 9590 3620 9598 3640 9605.

Flood Statement. The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Bird Creek near Sperry affecting Osage and Tulsa Counties. The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Bird Creek at Avant affecting Osage County. Bird Creek near Owasso-Mingo affecting Tulsa County. Okc143-251514- /o. Ktsa. T0000z-190527t0600z/ /owso2. T0000z. T0000z. T0000z. NO/ 214 AM Central Daylight Time Sat May 25 2019. This is a dangerous and life threatening situation. The Flood Warning continues for The Bird Creek near Owasso-Mingo. until late Sunday night, or until the warning is cancelled. At 1:00 AM Saturday, the stage was 24. feet. Flood stage is 18. feet. Major flooding is occurring and Major flooding is forecast. Forecast. The Bird Creek near Owasso-Mingo will continue rising to near 24. feet this morning. The river is expected to fall below flood stage Sunday evening. Impact. At 24. feet, serious overflows along Bird Creek reach into suburban areas south of Owasso. Mingo Road and several roads southwest of Owasso and in the Mohawk Park area are closed. Flood waters will threaten the Oxley Nature Center. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation. Lon 3627 9570 3618 9570 3618 9594 3627 9594.

Flood Statement. The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Caney River at Bartlesville affecting Washington County. Caney River near Ramona affecting Washington County. Caney River near Collinsville affecting Rogers and Tulsa Counties. Okc131-143-251509- /o. Ktsa. T0000z-000000t0000z/ /cvlo2. T0517z. T0030z. T0000z. NO/ 211 AM Central Daylight Time Sat May 25 2019. This is a dangerous and life threatening situation. The Flood Warning continues for The Caney River near Collinsville. until further notice, or until the warning is cancelled. At 1:30 AM Saturday, the stage was 34. feet. Flood stage is 26. feet. Major flooding is occurring and Major flooding is forecast. Forecast. The Caney River near Collinsville will continue falling to about 32. feet by Monday morning, before rising again to around 32. feet by early Wednesday morning. Impact. At 34. feet, very severe flooding occurs from Collinsville to points downstream. Considerable farmland is flooded. Rural roads near the river become impassable. Some homes northeast of Collinsville just off Highway 169 near the Caney River are flooded. This will compare with the stage on July 4, 2007 when the Caney River crested at 34. feet. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation. Lon 3643 9580 3636 9564 3630 9570 3635 9588.

Flood Statement. The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Arkansas River at Tulsa affecting Tulsa County. Arkansas River near Haskell affecting Muskogee and Wagoner Counties. Arkansas River near Muskogee affecting Muskogee County. Okc143-251504- /o. Ktsa. T0000z-000000t0000z/ /tlso2. T0526z. T1230z. T0000z. NO/ 205 AM Central Daylight Time Sat May 25 2019. This is a dangerous and life threatening situation. The Flood Warning continues for The Arkansas River at Tulsa. until further notice, or until the warning is cancelled. At 1:30 AM Saturday, the stage was 22. feet. Flood stage is 18. feet. Major flooding is occurring and Major flooding is forecast. Forecast. The Arkansas River at Tulsa will continue rising to near 22. feet this morning, and will then remain near 22. feet through Wednesday. Impact. At 22. feet, severe flooding occurs along the Arkansas River in Tulsa County. Some homes in parts of south Tulsa and Bixby may be flooded. Riverside Drive in Tulsa becomes impassable. This compares with the flood of October 5, 1959 when the stage reached 22. feet. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation. Lon 3617 9594 3596 9578 3589 9578 3589 9590 3614 9624.

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Fri, 24 May: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 2pm, with Hazards – H: 86°, L: 70°

Today’s weather conditions for Tulsa Oklahoma, created at 5:15 AM on Friday, the 24th of May. Today, a 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 2pm. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 86. South wind 10 to 20 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. Then, Tonight, a 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 2am. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 70. South wind 10 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. New rainfall amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch, except higher amounts possible in thunderstorms. Saturday, a 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly before 8am. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 85. South wind around 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph. New rainfall amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch, except higher amounts possible in thunderstorms. Next, Saturday Night, a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly between 8pm and 2am. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 70. South wind 10 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph. Sunrise today will be at 6:11 am and the sun will set at 8:30 pm.

There are 5 local weather hazards at the time of this report. Here are those local weather hazards.

Hazardous Weather Outlook. This Outlook is for Northwest and West Central Arkansas as well as much of Eastern Oklahoma. Day one. Tonight. Severe thunderstorm. Risk. Limited. Area. Mainly Osage and Pawnee Counties in Northeast Oklahoma. Onset. After 2 AM. Discussion. Thunderstorm chances will be possible late tonight west of Highway 75. mainly across Osage and Pawnee counties of Northeast Oklahoma in response to thunderstorms in the Texas Panhandle forecast to lift northeast toward the region. A limited severe weather potential will be possible with large hail and strong winds being the main threats. Spotter and emergency management action statement. Local Spotter Activation May Be Needed. Days two through seven. Friday through Wednesday. Friday. Thunderstorm Potential. High Wind Potential. Saturday and sunday. Thunderstorm Potential. Monday. High Wind Potential. Tuesday. Thunderstorm Potential. High Wind Potential. Heavy Rain Potential. Wednesday. Thunderstorm Potential. Extended discussion. Thunderstorm chances will be possible again Friday into the weekend for parts of Northeast Oklahoma as the frontal boundary in Southern Kansas looks to sag southward slightly and remain near the region. A limited severe weather potential could be possible with this activity. Also. given that this area may not have sufficient time to dry out. flash flooding could continue to be a concern. in addition to the expected long duration mainstem river flooding. Additional thunderstorm chances are forecast to return and increase Tuesday into Wednesday as a low pressure system lifts northeast through the region. Severe weather and also heavy rainfall could be possible with this system. weather. gov/tulsa contains additional information.

Flood Statement. The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Bird Creek near Sperry affecting Osage and Tulsa Counties. Bird Creek near Owasso-Mingo affecting Tulsa County. Okc113-143-241746- /o. Ktsa. T0000z-190525t0458z/ /speo2. T0632z. T0730z. T2258z. NR/ 447 AM Central Daylight Time Fri May 24 2019. The Flood Warning continues for The Bird Creek near Sperry. until this evening, or until the warning is cancelled. At 4:00 AM Friday, the stage was 27. feet. Flood stage is 21. feet. Moderate flooding is occurring but the river is falling. Forecast. The Bird Creek near Sperry will continue falling to below flood stage by late this afternoon. Impact. At 28. feet, extensive flooding occurs between Skiatook to north Tulsa. Highway 20 east of Skiatook is impassable. Lower urban areas in east Skiatook are flooded. Some streets between Turley and north Tulsa are blocked. Lon 3640 9593 3620 9590 3620 9598 3640 9605.

Flood Statement. The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Bird Creek near Sperry affecting Osage and Tulsa Counties. Bird Creek near Owasso-Mingo affecting Tulsa County. Okc143-241746- /o. Ktsa. T0000z-190525t1642z/ /owso2. T0617z. T0630z. T1042z. NO/ 447 AM Central Daylight Time Fri May 24 2019. This is a dangerous and life threatening situation. The Flood Warning continues for The Bird Creek near Owasso-Mingo. until Saturday morning, or until the warning is cancelled. At 4:00 AM Friday, the stage was 26. feet. Flood stage is 18. feet. Major flooding is occurring but the river is falling. Forecast. The Bird Creek near Owasso-Mingo will continue falling to below flood stage by early Saturday morning. Impact. At 27. feet, disastrous flooding extends along Bird Creek from north Tulsa to near Catoosa. Suburban homes between Owasso and north Tulsa are severely flooded. This flood is comparable to the flooding which occurred on May 11, 1993. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation. Lon 3627 9570 3618 9570 3618 9594 3627 9594.

Flood Statement. The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Caney River near Ramona affecting Washington County. Caney River near Collinsville affecting Rogers and Tulsa Counties. The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Caney River at Bartlesville affecting Washington County. Okc131-143-241741- /o. Ktsa. T0000z-190528t0955z/ /cvlo2. T0517z. T0030z. T0355z. NO/ 441 AM Central Daylight Time Fri May 24 2019. This is a dangerous and life threatening situation. The Flood Warning continues for The Caney River near Collinsville. until late Monday night, or until the warning is cancelled. At 3:30 AM Friday, the stage was 36. feet. Flood stage is 26. feet. Major flooding is occurring and Major flooding is forecast. Forecast. The Caney River near Collinsville will continue falling to below flood stage by late Monday evening. Impact. At 35. feet, very severe flooding occurs from Collinsville to points downstream. Considerable farmland is flooded. Rural roads near the river become impassable. Some homes northeast of Collinsville just off Highway 169 near the Caney River are flooded. This will exceed the stage on May 11, 1993 when the Caney River crested at 34. feet. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation. Lon 3643 9580 3636 9564 3630 9570 3635 9588.

Flood Statement. The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Arkansas River at Tulsa affecting Tulsa County. Arkansas River near Muskogee affecting Muskogee County. Okc143-241736- /o. Ktsa. T0000z-000000t0000z/ /tlso2. T0526z. T0500z. T0000z. NO/ 436 AM Central Daylight Time Fri May 24 2019. This is a dangerous and life threatening situation. The Flood Warning continues for The Arkansas River at Tulsa. until further notice, or until the warning is cancelled. At 3:30 AM Friday, the stage was 22. feet. Flood stage is 18. feet. Major flooding is occurring and Major flooding is forecast. Forecast. The Arkansas River at Tulsa will remain near 22. feet through Tuesday. Impact. At 22. feet, severe flooding occurs along the Arkansas River in Tulsa County. Some homes in parts of south Tulsa and Bixby may be flooded. Riverside Drive in Tulsa becomes impassable. This compares with the flood of October 5, 1959 when the stage reached 22. feet. Impact. At 24. feet, very severe flooding occurs along the Arkansas River in Tulsa County. Some homes and businesses in south Tulsa and Bixby are flooded. Riverside Drive in Tulsa is closed. The record flood was on October 5, 1986 when the stage reached 25. feet. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation. Lon 3617 9594 3596 9578 3589 9578 3589 9590 3614 9624.

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Thu, 23 May: A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, with Hazards – L: 69°, H: 86°

Today’s forcast for Tulsa Oklahoma, created at 5:15 AM on Thursday, the 23rd of May. Overnight, a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 69. And then, Thursday, a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Partly sunny, with a high near 86. South wind 5 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph. Thursday Night, a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms before 8pm. Mostly clear, with a low around 72. South wind 5 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph. Then, Friday, a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 8am. Increasing clouds, with a high near 86. South wind 10 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph. Sunrise today will be at 6:12 am and the sun will set at 8:29 pm.

There are 8 local weather hazards at the time of this report. Here are those local weather hazards.

Hazardous Weather Outlook. This Outlook is for Northwest and West Central Arkansas as well as much of Eastern Oklahoma. Day one. Today and Tonight. Severe thunderstorm. Risk. Limited. Area. Northeast Oklahoma northwest of I-44. Onset. This afternoon. Flash flood. Risk. Limited. Area. Northeast Oklahoma. Onset. Ongoing. Discussion. A few thunderstorms may be ongoing early this morning, along and north of a warm front draped across northeast Oklahoma. While severe weather is not expected, some brief heavy rainfall will occur. The warm front is expected to lift slowly north today, and there could be additional thunderstorm development near the boundary this afternoon, especially across parts of Pawnee and Osage counties. These storms could pose a severe weather risk, with large hail and gusty winds being the main threat. Spotter and emergency management action statement. Local Spotter Activation May Be Needed. Days two through seven. Friday through Wednesday. Friday. Thunderstorm Potential. High Wind Potential. SATURDAY and SUNDAY. Thunderstorm Potential. Monday. Thunderstorm Potential. High Wind Potential. Tuesday. Thunderstorm Potential. High Wind Potential. Heavy Rain Potential. Wednesday. Thunderstorm Potential. Heavy Rain Potential. Extended discussion. Thunderstorm chances will persist for the remainder of this week and into the weekend, with the focus being parts of northeast Oklahoma and at times, far northwest Arkansas. Given that this area may not have sufficient time to dry out, flash flooding could continue to be a concern, in addition to the expected long duration mainstem river flooding. The chances of additional severe weather and heavy rainfall look to increase by Tuesday into Wednesday as an upper system approaches from the southwestern states. weather. gov/tulsa contains additional information.

Short Term Forecast. At 4:24 AM. Doppler radar detected scattered thunderstorms across parts of northeast Oklahoma, generally north of Highway 412. Recent trends indicate a continued weakening of the activity, as it continues to lift to the east and northeast at 40 mph. Through 6:30 AM. occasional thunderstorms will continue for areas of northeast Oklahoma, mainly along and north of an Oilton to Jay line. The stronger storms will be capable of producing gusty winds, small hail and locally heavy downpours.

Flood Watch. Flash flood watch remains in effect until 7 am Central Daylight Time this morning. The Flash Flood Watch continues for. A portion of northeast Oklahoma. including the following counties. Craig. Creek. Delaware. Mayes. Nowata. Okmulgee. Osage. Ottawa. Pawnee. Rogers. Tulsa. Wagoner and Washington OK. Until 7 AM Central Daylight Time this morning. Isolated to scattered thunderstorms will continue through daybreak Thursday across portions of northeast Oklahoma. Two to four inches of rain have fallen since mid afternoon Wednesday across portions of the watch area, and any additional rainfall early this morning will likely lead to a quick onset of dangerous flash flooding. Remember, most flood related deaths occur in automobiles and flooding is the leading cause of weather related deaths. Heed all road closures, and never drive around barricades. Precautionary/preparedness actions. A flash flood watch means rapidly rising water or flooding is possible within the watch area.

Flood Warning. Okc113-117-131-143-147-240815- /o. Ktsa. T0812z-190524t0815z/ /00000. T0000z. T0000z. T0000z. OO/ Rogers OK-Osage OK-Washington OK-Pawnee OK-Tulsa OK- 312 AM Central Daylight Time Thu May 23 2019. The National Weather Service in Tulsa has issued a. Flood Warning for. Northwestern Rogers County in northeastern Oklahoma. Osage County in northeastern Oklahoma. Southwestern Washington County in northeastern Oklahoma. Pawnee County in northeastern Oklahoma. Northeastern Tulsa County in northeastern Oklahoma. Until 315 AM Central Daylight Time Friday. At 308 AM CDT. rainfall has mostly ended but widespread rainfall amounts of 5 to 10 inches have fallen over the past 2 to 3 days with local amounts near 12 inches. Significant road and river flooding will continue. Some locations that may experience flooding include. Tulsa. Bartlesville. Pawhuska. Pawnee. Owasso. Skiatook. Collinsville. Hominy. Cleveland. Fairfax. Barnsdall. Sperry. Oologah. Ramona. Shidler. Wynona. Ralston. Avant. Westport. Talala. Lat. Lon 3700 9600 3659 9599 3660 9568 3627 9568 3616 9682 3624 9682 3625 9692 3633 9693 3633 9701 3644 9703 3651 9703 3658 9689 3660 9692 3659 9705 3668 9706 3668 9694 3675 9689 3674 9683 3680 9674 3700 9615.

Flood Statement. The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Bird Creek near Sperry affecting Osage and Tulsa Counties. Bird Creek near Owasso-Mingo affecting Tulsa County. Okc113-143-231535- /o. Ktsa. T0000z-190525t0437z/ /speo2. T0632z. T0730z. T2237z. NR/ 236 AM Central Daylight Time Thu May 23 2019. The Flood Warning continues for The Bird Creek near Sperry. until Friday evening, or until the warning is cancelled. At 2:00 AM Thursday, the stage was 28. feet. Flood stage is 21. feet. Moderate flooding is occurring but the river is falling. Forecast. The Bird Creek near Sperry will continue falling to below flood stage by Friday afternoon. Impact. At 29. feet, severe flooding occurs. Highway 20 east of Skiatook is closed and adjoining parts of Highway 11 may be impassable. Urban streets in parts of east Skiatook are inundated. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation. Lon 3640 9593 3620 9590 3620 9598 3640 9605.

Flood Statement. The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Bird Creek near Sperry affecting Osage and Tulsa Counties. Bird Creek near Owasso-Mingo affecting Tulsa County. Okc143-231535- /o. Ktsa. T0000z-190525t1438z/ /owso2. T0617z. T1200z. T0838z. NO/ 236 AM Central Daylight Time Thu May 23 2019. This is a dangerous and life threatening situation. The Flood Warning continues for The Bird Creek near Owasso-Mingo. until Saturday morning, or until the warning is cancelled. At 2:00 AM Thursday, the stage was 29. feet. Flood stage is 18. feet. Major flooding is occurring and Major flooding is forecast. Forecast. The Bird Creek near Owasso-Mingo will continue rising to near 30. feet this morning. The river is expected to fall below flood stage early Saturday morning. Impact. At 29. feet, disasterous flooding occurs between north Tulsa and Catoosa. Many homes are severely flooded. Impacts are greater than flooding which occurred on October 1, 1986. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation. Lon 3627 9570 3618 9570 3618 9594 3627 9594.

Flood Statement. The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Caney River at Bartlesville affecting Washington County. Caney River near Ramona affecting Washington County. Caney River near Collinsville affecting Rogers and Tulsa Counties. Okc131-143-231532- /o. Ktsa. T0000z-190527t1819z/ /cvlo2. T0517z. T0600z. T1219z. NO/ 233 AM Central Daylight Time Thu May 23 2019. This is a dangerous and life threatening situation. The Flood Warning continues for The Caney River near Collinsville. until Monday afternoon, or until the warning is cancelled. At 1:30 AM Thursday, the stage was 35. feet. Flood stage is 26. feet. Major flooding is occurring and Major flooding is forecast. Forecast. The Caney River near Collinsville will continue rising to near 37. feet Friday before dawn then begin slowly falling. The river will remain above 33 feet through early Sunday. Impact. At 35. feet, very severe flooding occurs from Collinsville to points downstream. Considerable farmland is flooded. Rural roads near the river become impassable. Some homes northeast of Collinsville just off Highway 169 near the Caney River are flooded. This will exceed the stage on May 11, 1993 when the Caney River crested at 34. feet. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation. Lon 3643 9580 3636 9564 3630 9570 3635 9588.

Flood Statement. The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Arkansas River at Tulsa affecting Tulsa County. Okc143-231519- /o. Ktsa. T0000z-000000t0000z/ /tlso2. T0526z. T1800z. T0000z. NO/ 218 AM Central Daylight Time Thu May 23 2019. The Flood Warning continues for The Arkansas River at Tulsa. until further notice, or until the warning is cancelled. At 1:30 AM Thursday, the stage was 20. feet. Flood stage is 18. feet. Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast. Forecast. The Arkansas River at Tulsa will remain steady near 21. feet for the next several days. Impact. At 21. feet, moderate flooding occurs between Keystone Dam and Bixby. Riverside Drive in Tulsa is impassable at several locations. Homes and businesses in parts of south Tulsa and Bixby may be isolated by high water. Lon 3617 9594 3596 9578 3589 9578 3589 9590 3614 9624.

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Wed, 22 May: Mostly clear, with Hazards – L: 59°, H: 84°

Today’s forcast for Tulsa Oklahoma, created at 5:15 AM on Wednesday, the 22nd of May. Overnight, mostly clear, with a low around 59. Then, Wednesday, a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 2pm. Increasing clouds, with a high near 84. South wind 5 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. Wednesday Night, a 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly before 2am. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 71. South wind 10 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph. Then, Thursday, a 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms before 8am. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 85. South wind 10 to 20 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. Sunrise today will be at 6:13 am and the sun will set at 8:28 pm.

There are 11 local weather hazards at the time of this report. Here are those local weather hazards.

Hazardous Weather Outlook. Severe storm and flash flood threats tonight. This Outlook is for Northwest and West Central Arkansas as well as much of Eastern Oklahoma. Day one. Today and Tonight. Tornado. Risk. Elevated. Area. Northeast Oklahoma and Far Northwest Arkansas. Onset. After 4 PM. Severe thunderstorm. Risk. Significant. Area. Northeast Oklahoma and Northwest Arkansas. Onset. After 4 PM. Heavy rain and flash flood. Risk. Limited. Area. Northeast Oklahoma. Onset. After 4 PM. Significant winds. Risk. Limited. Area. Eastern Oklahoma and Northwest Arkansas. Onset. After 9 AM. Discussion. A significant threat for severe thunderstorms, including the potential for very large hail and tornadoes, will exist across portions of northeast Oklahoma and far northwest Arkansas from mid to late afternoon into the evening hours today. In addition, flash flooding could develop once again as a result of the very wet antecedent conditions and the expected additional rainfall. Isolated to scattered thunderstorms are expected to develop across portions of northeast Oklahoma and far northwest Arkansas this afternoon and evening, especially in areas along and north of Interstate 44. A cap in place will likely keep coverage from becoming too widespread, with a nonzero but very low possibility by that it could suppress thunderstorm development entirely. Very high instability and strong deep layer wind shear will support supercell thunderstorms, with strong low level shear leading to an elevated threat for tornadoes, including the potential for strong tornadoes. Much of this activity will shift northward into Kansas and Missouri after midnight. Locally heavy rainfall would also accompany any thunderstorms, and with high water remaining from the recent heavy rains, flash flooding will be quick to onset. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for portions of northeast Oklahoma. Widespread and significant mainstem river flooding also continues with several river flood points forecast to exceed their major flood stages. Spotter and emergency management action statement. Activation of the Regional Spotter Network Expected. Days two through seven. Thursday through Tuesday. Thursday through sunday. Thunderstorm Potential. Monday and tuesday. No Hazards. Extended discussion. Thunderstorm chances will persist for the remainder of this week and into the weekend, with the focus being parts of northeast Oklahoma and at times, far northwest Arkansas. Given that this area may not have sufficient time to dry out, flash flooding could continue to be a concern, in addition to the expected long duration mainstem river flooding. While an increasing upper level ridge should keep much of the area south of Interstate 44 dry into early next week, the weather pattern should change somewhat by the middle of next week, leading to more widespread precipitation chances. weather. gov/tulsa contains additional information.

Flood Statement. The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Bird Creek at Avant affecting Osage County. Bird Creek near Sperry affecting Osage and Tulsa Counties. Bird Creek near Owasso-Mingo affecting Tulsa County. Okc113-143-221748- /o. Ktsa. T0000z-190524t0607z/ /speo2. T0632z. T0730z. T0007z. NR/ 447 AM Central Daylight Time Wed May 22 2019. This is a dangerous and life threatening situation. Flood Warning extended until late Thursday night. The Flood Warning continues for The Bird Creek near Sperry. until late Thursday night, or until the warning is cancelled. At 4:00 AM Wednesday, the stage was 31. feet. Flood stage is 21. feet. Major flooding is occurring but the river is falling. Forecast. The Bird Creek near Sperry is near crest at this time and will continue falling to below flood stage by Thursday evening. Impact. At 31. feet, very serious flooding occurs. Some homes and businesses in east Skiatook are flooded. Highways 11 and 20 around Skiatook are closed. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation. Lon 3640 9593 3620 9590 3620 9598 3640 9605.

Flood Statement. The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Bird Creek at Avant affecting Osage County. Bird Creek near Sperry affecting Osage and Tulsa Counties. Bird Creek near Owasso-Mingo affecting Tulsa County. Okc143-221748- /o. Ktsa. T0000z-190524t2043z/ /owso2. T0617z. T0600z. T1443z. NO/ 447 AM Central Daylight Time Wed May 22 2019. This is a dangerous and life threatening situation. Flood Warning extended until Friday afternoon. The Flood Warning continues for The Bird Creek near Owasso-Mingo. until Friday afternoon, or until the warning is cancelled. At 4:00 AM Wednesday, the stage was 26. feet. Flood stage is 18. feet. Major flooding is occurring and Major flooding is forecast. Forecast. The Bird Creek near Owasso-Mingo will continue rising to near 29. feet Thursday before dawn. The river is expected to fall below flood stage late Friday morning. Impact. At 29. feet, disasterous flooding occurs between north Tulsa and Catoosa. Many homes are severely flooded. Lon 3627 9570 3618 9570 3618 9594 3627 9594.

Flood Statement. The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Caney River at Bartlesville affecting Washington County. Caney River near Ramona affecting Washington County. Caney River near Collinsville affecting Rogers and Tulsa Counties. Okc131-143-221742- /o. Ktsa. T0000z-190527t0753z/ /cvlo2. T0517z. T1800z. T0153z. NO/ 442 AM Central Daylight Time Wed May 22 2019. This is a dangerous and life threatening situation. The Flood Warning continues for The Caney River near Collinsville. until late Sunday night, or until the warning is cancelled. At 3:30 AM Wednesday, the stage was 32. feet. Flood stage is 26. feet. Moderate flooding is occurring and Major flooding is forecast. Forecast. The Caney River near Collinsville will continue rising to near 36. feet early Thursday afternoon and remain above 33 feet through Saturday morning. The river is expected to fall below flood stage Sunday evening. Impact. At 35. feet, very severe flooding occurs from Collinsville to points downstream. Considerable farmland is flooded. Rural roads near the river become impassable. Some homes northeast of Collinsville just off Highway 169 near the Caney River are flooded. This will exceed the stage on May 11, 1993 when the Caney River crested at 34. feet. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation. Lon 3643 9580 3636 9564 3630 9570 3635 9588.

Flood Warning. The National Weather Service in Tulsa has issued a Flood Warning for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Polecat Creek near Jenks affecting Tulsa County. Okc143-221736- /o. Ktsa. T0936z-000000t0000z/ /jnko2. T0316z. T0842z. T0000z. NO/ 436 AM Central Daylight Time Wed May 22 2019. The National Weather Service in Tulsa has issued a. Flood Warning for The Polecat Creek near Jenks * until further notice, or until the warning is cancelled. At 1:00 AM Wednesday, the stage was 17. feet. Flood stage is 17. feet. Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast. Forecast. The Polecat Creek near Jenks will rise to near 17. feet this afternoon. Impact. At 17. feet, minor agricultral flooding occurs, primarily west of Jenks. Lon 3606 9591 3597 9591 3597 9607 3606 9607.

Flood Statement. The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Arkansas River near Haskell affecting Muskogee and Wagoner Counties. The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Arkansas River at Tulsa affecting Tulsa County. Okc143-221727- /o. Ktsa. T0000z-000000t0000z/ /tlso2. T0526z. T1800z. T0000z. NO/ 427 AM Central Daylight Time Wed May 22 2019. The Flood Warning continues for The Arkansas River at Tulsa. until further notice, or until the warning is cancelled. At 3:30 AM Wednesday, the stage was 18. feet. Flood stage is 18. feet. Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast. Forecast. The Arkansas River at Tulsa will continue rising to near 18. feet this afternoon. Additional rises may be possible thereafter. Impact. At 18. feet, minor flooding occurs downstream along the Arkansas River between south Tulsa and Bixby. Agricultural lands are flooded and local roads approaching the river may be impassable. The old Texas and Pacific Railroad between Bixby and Leonard is flooded. Portions of Riverside Park in Tulsa may be flooded. Lon 3617 9594 3596 9578 3589 9578 3589 9590 3614 9624.

Flood Watch. Flash flood watch in effect from this afternoon through thursday morning. The National Weather Service in Tulsa has issued a. Flash Flood Watch for a portion of northeast Oklahoma. including the following counties. Craig. Creek. Delaware. Mayes. Nowata. Okmulgee. Osage. Ottawa. Pawnee. Rogers. Tulsa. Wagoner and Washington OK. From this afternoon through Thursday morning. Isolated to scattered thunderstorms are expected to develop late this afternoon and into the evening and overnight hours across parts of northeast Oklahoma. With high water and overland flooding from recent heavy rains remaining across a significant part of the area, additional rainfall from today`s thunderstorms will likely lead to a quick onset of flash flooding. Remember, most flood related deaths occur in automobiles and flooding is the leading cause of weather related deaths. Heed all road closures, and never drive around barricades. Precautionary/preparedness actions. A flash flood watch means rapidly rising water or flooding is possible within the watch area.

Flood Warning. Okc113-117-143-147-221545- /o. Ktsa. T0000z-190522t1545z/ /00000. T0000z. T0000z. T0000z. OO/ Osage OK-Washington OK-Pawnee OK-Tulsa OK- 1006 PM Central Daylight Time Tue May 21 2019. The National Weather Service in Tulsa has extended the. Flood Warning for. Osage County in northeastern Oklahoma. Washington County in northeastern Oklahoma. Pawnee County in northeastern Oklahoma. Northwestern Tulsa County in northeastern Oklahoma. Until 1045 AM Central Daylight Time Wednesday. At 1005 PM CDT, Emergency Management reported widespread flooding across Osage, Pawnee and Washington counties. Radar and surface observations indicated 6 to 8 inches of rain have fallen over this area in the past 30 hours. An observer in Pawnee reported 9. inches. Although rain has ended, flood waters will be slow to subside and areas inundated by water will continue to experience flooding. Many roads are closed due to the heavy rainfall and some homes and businesses have been flooded. Some locations that may experience flooding include. Bartlesville. Pawhuska. Pawnee. Skiatook. Hominy. Dewey. Cleveland. Fairfax. Barnsdall. Copan. Ramona. Shidler. Wynona. Ochelata. Jennings. Ralston. Avant. Westport. Vera. Osage. Precautionary/preparedness actions. Turn around, don`t drown when encountering flooded roads. Most flood deaths occur in vehicles. Lon 3699 9579 3642 9580 3615 9630 3616 9682 3654 9682 3649 9685 3646 9695 3649 9700 3653 9700 3655 9690 3658 9689 3660 9692 3659 9705 3668 9706 3668 9694 3675 9689 3674 9683 3678 9675 3700 9675.

Flood Warning. Okc101-111-143-145-221515- /o. Ktsa. T0000z-190522t1515z/ /00000. T0000z. T0000z. T0000z. OO/ Wagoner OK-Muskogee OK-Okmulgee OK-Tulsa OK- 1003 PM Central Daylight Time Tue May 21 2019. The National Weather Service in Tulsa has extended the. Flood Warning for. Southwestern Wagoner County in northeastern Oklahoma. Northwestern Muskogee County in east central Oklahoma. Northern Okmulgee County in northeastern Oklahoma. Southeastern Tulsa County in northeastern Oklahoma. Until 1015 AM Central Daylight Time Wednesday. At 1002 PM CDT, Doppler radar and surface observations indicated 3 to 4 inches of rain have fallen over the past 30 hours. Although rain has ended, flooding will be slow to subside and areas inundated by water will continue to experience flooding. Some roads are impassable due to the heavy rainfall. Some locations that may experience flooding include. Haskell. Beggs. Preston. Stonebluff. Bald Hill. Liberty. Hectorville. Leonard. Precautionary/preparedness actions. Turn around, don`t drown when encountering flooded roads. Most flood deaths occur in vehicles. Lon 3585 9619 3586 9601 3595 9569 3569 9564 3568 9605 3580 9619.

Flood Warning. Okc021-037-041-097-113-131-143-145-221615- /o. Ktsa. T1625z-190522t1615z/ /00000. T0000z. T0000z. T0000z. OO/ Rogers OK-Delaware OK-Osage OK-Creek OK-Mayes OK-Wagoner OK- Cherokee OK-Tulsa OK- 1125 AM Central Daylight Time Tue May 21 2019. The National Weather Service in Tulsa has issued a. Flood Warning for. Rogers County in northeastern Oklahoma. Delaware County in northeastern Oklahoma. Southeastern Osage County in northeastern Oklahoma. Northeastern Creek County in northeastern Oklahoma. Mayes County in northeastern Oklahoma. Northern Wagoner County in northeastern Oklahoma. Northeastern Cherokee County in east central Oklahoma. Tulsa County in northeastern Oklahoma. Until 1115 AM Central Daylight Time Wednesday. At 1114 AM CDT, Emergency Management reported widespread flooding across the warned area. Radar and surface observations indicated 5 to 7 inches of rain have fallen in the past 24 hours. An observer in Broken Arrow reported 7. inches of rain. Although any lingering light rain will end Tuesday afternoon, flood waters will be slow to subside and areas inundated by water will continue to experience flooding. Many roads are closed due to the heavy rainfall and some homes and businesses have been flooded. Some locations that may experience flooding include. Tulsa. Broken Arrow. Sand Springs. Claremore. Jay. Pryor. Owasso. Bixby. Jenks. Glenpool. Coweta. Pryor Creek. Skiatook. Catoosa. Grove. Collinsville. Verdigris. Chouteau. Inola. Locust Grove. Additional rainfall amounts of up to 1/4 inch are possible in the warned area. This includes Interstate 44 between mile markers 212 and 268. Precautionary/preparedness actions. Turn around, don`t drown when encountering flooded roads. Most flood deaths occur in vehicles. Lon 3667 9462 3650 9462 3620 9457 3608 9522 3587 9599 3619 9623 3642 9582 3644 9544 3651 9519 3651 9501 3656 9500.

Flood Warning. Okc037-143-221330- /o. Ktsa. T1339z-190522t1330z/ /00000. T0000z. T0000z. T0000z. OO/ Creek OK-Tulsa OK- 839 AM Central Daylight Time Tue May 21 2019. The National Weather Service in Tulsa has issued a. Flood Warning for. Creek County in northeastern Oklahoma. Southwestern Tulsa County in northeastern Oklahoma. Until 830 AM Central Daylight Time Wednesday. At 833 AM CDT, Emergency Management reported widespread flooding across portions of Creek and Tulsa counties. Radar and surface observations indicate as much as 7 inches of rain have fallen over the past 24 hours. Although only light rainfall continues, flooding will be slow to subside and areas inundated by water will continue to experience flooding. Many roads are closed due to the heavy rainfall. Some locations that may experience flooding include. Sand Springs. Bristow. Sapulpa. Mannford. Drumright. Kiefer. Mounds. Kellyville. Oilton. Depew. Shamrock. Keystone State Park. Silver City. Milfay. Additional rainfall amounts of up to 1/4 inch are possible in the warned area. This includes Interstate 44 between mile markers 178 and 216. Precautionary/preparedness actions. Turn around, don`t drown when encountering flooded roads. Most flood deaths occur in vehicles. Lon 3616 9662 3616 9619 3608 9613 3607 9603 3586 9603 3586 9619 3581 9620 3569 9661.

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Tue, 21 May: Showers and thunderstorms, with Hazards – L: 66°, H: 77°

Tulsa’s weather outlook for today, reported at 5:17 AM on Tuesday, the 21st of May. Overnight, showers and thunderstorms. Some of the storms could produce heavy rainfall. Low around 66. East wind around 10 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. Chance of precipitation is 90%. New rainfall amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch, except higher amounts possible in thunderstorms. Then later, Tuesday, showers and thunderstorms, mainly before 2pm. Some of the storms could produce heavy rainfall. High near 77. Southeast wind 15 to 20 mph, with gusts as high as 30 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New rainfall amounts between a half and three quarters of an inch possible. Tuesday Night, mostly clear, with a low around 57. South wind 15 to 20 mph, with gusts as high as 30 mph. Next, Wednesday, a 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 2pm. Mostly sunny, with a high near 85. South wind 10 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 30 mph. Sunrise today will be at 6:13 am and the sun will set at 8:27 pm.

There are 11 local weather hazards at the time of this report. Here are those local weather hazards.

Flood Watch. Flash flood watch remains in effect through this evening. The Flash Flood Watch continues for. Portions of northwest Arkansas and Oklahoma. including the following counties. in northwest Arkansas. Benton. Carroll. Madison and Washington AR. in Oklahoma. Adair. Cherokee. Craig. Creek. Delaware. Haskell. Mayes. McIntosh. Muskogee. Nowata. Okfuskee. Okmulgee. Osage. Ottawa. Pawnee. Pittsburg. Rogers. Sequoyah. Tulsa. Wagoner and Washington OK. Through this evening. Thunderstorms with heavy rainfall will sweep across the area this morning and early afternoon. Additional rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches are likely in some places, with locally higher amounts possible. The ground remains saturated from recent rains. The additional rainfall amounts will likely lead to additional flash flooding, especially near low-lying areas and smaller creeks and streams. In addition, several main stem rivers will either remain or rise above flood. Precautionary/preparedness actions. A flash flood watch means rapidly rising water or flooding is possible within the watch area. If you are in the watch area, keep informed, and be ready for quick action if flash flooding is observed or if a warning is issued.

Hazardous Weather Outlook. Severe Storms Possible This Morning and Afternoon. This Outlook is for Northwest and West Central Arkansas as well as much of Eastern Oklahoma. Day one. Today and Tonight. Tornado. Risk. Limited. Area. Eastern Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas. Onset. Ongoing eastern Oklahoma. late morning for northwest Arkansas. Severe thunderstorm. Risk. Elevated. Area. Eastern Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas. Onset. Ongoing eastern Oklahoma. late morning for northwest Arkansas. Flash flood. Risk. Elevated. Area. Northeast Oklahoma. Onset. Ongoing. Heavy rain. Risk. Elevated. Area. Eastern Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas. Onset. Ongoing eastern Oklahoma. late morning for northwest Arkansas. Discussion. A line of strong to severe thunderstorms across central Oklahoma was moving into eastern Oklahoma early this morning. Locally damaging winds gusts and leading edge tornadoes will be possible early across eastern Oklahoma, with the threat shifting farther east into far eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas later this morning. Widespread flooding and flash flooding is ongoing this morning across much of northeast Oklahoma. Additional heavy rainfall will occur this morning and into the afternoon, which will further worsen the flooding situation. Spotter and emergency management action statement. Activation of the Regional Spotter Network Likely. Days two through seven. Wednesday through Monday. Wednesday. Thunderstorm Potential. Thursday. Thunderstorm Potential. High Wind Potential. FRIDAY through SUNDAY. Thunderstorm Potential. Monday. No Hazards. Extended discussion. Thunderstorm chances will continue this week mainly across parts of northeast Oklahoma. Organized severe weather does not appear likely however. weather. gov/tulsa contains additional information.

Flash Flood Warning. BULLETIN – EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED Flash Flood Warning National Weather Service Tulsa OK 507 AM Central Daylight Time Tue May 21 2019. The National Weather Service in Tulsa has issued a. Flash Flood Warning for. Southern Osage County in northeastern Oklahoma. Washington County in northeastern Oklahoma. Pawnee County in northeastern Oklahoma. Northwestern Tulsa County in northeastern Oklahoma. Until 1100 AM CDT. At 504 AM CDT, Doppler Radars showed additional thunderstorms containing heavy rainfall moving across areas that remain flooded from earlier very heavy rains. Four to six inches of rain have fallen. Flash flooding is expected to continue. Some locations that may experience flooding include. Bartlesville. Pawhuska. Pawnee. Skiatook. Hominy. Dewey. Cleveland. Fairfax. Barnsdall. Ramona. Wynona. Ochelata. Jennings. Ralston. Avant. Westport. Vera. Osage. Hallett. Blackburn. Additional rainfall amounts of 2 to 3 inches are possible in the warned area. Precautionary/preparedness actions. Turn around, don`t drown when encountering flooded roads. Most flood deaths occur in vehicles. Lon 3648 9703 3691 9582 3642 9581 3615 9630 3616 9682 3624 9682 3625 9692 3633 9693 3634 9703.

Tornado watch outline update for wt 205. Tornado watch 205 is in effect until 1200 pm Central Daylight Time for the following locations. Okc001-021-037-041-061-077-079-091-097-101-107-111-121-131-135- 143-145-211700- /o. Kwns. T1010z-190521t1700z/. Oklahoma counties included are. Adair cherokee creek delaware haskell latimer le flore mayes mcintosh muskogee okfuskee okmulgee pittsburg rogers sequoyah tulsa wagoner $$. Attn.

Short Term Forecast. At 4 AM, National Weather Service radars continued to detect thunderstorms and rainshowers over portions of eastern Oklahoma. Most of this activity was located along and north of the Interstate 44 corridor. Other storms were moving out of central Oklahoma and into Osage, Pawnee, Creek, and Okfuskee counties. All of this activity was moving to the northeast at 30 miles an hour. Through 6 AM, thunderstorms will increase in intensity and coverage over eastern Oklahoma west of highway 69. As the storms move east, an increased chance of hail, damaging winds, heavy rainfall, and brief tornadoes will be present. Any additional rainfall will only worsen ongoing flooding. Ranfall rates up to an additional inch will be possible through 6 AM.

Flash Flood Statement. Okc097-113-131-143-145-211045- /o. Ktsa. T0000z-190521t1045z/ /00000. T0000z. T0000z. T0000z. OO/ Rogers OK-Osage OK-Mayes OK-Wagoner OK-Tulsa OK- 337 AM Central Daylight Time Tue May 21 2019. This is a flash flood emergency for tulsa. Broken arrow. Collinsville. Inola. Pryor. The flash flood warning remains in effect until 545 am Central Daylight Time for rogers. Southeastern osage. Western mayes. Northern wagoner and tulsa counties. At 327 AM CDT, emergency management reported numerous closed roadways, water rescues, and evacuations across the warned area. Three to five inches of rain have fallen, and additional heavy rainfall will begin to move into the area by 430 AM. Flash flooding is already occurring and will continue. This is a flash flood emergency for tulsa. Broken arrow. Collinsville. Inola. And pryor. This is a PARTICULARLY DANGEROUS SITUATION. Seek higher ground now!. Some locations that may experience flooding include. Tulsa. Broken Arrow. Sand Springs. Claremore. Pryor. Owasso. Bixby. Jenks. Glenpool. Coweta. Pryor Creek. Skiatook. Catoosa. Collinsville. Verdigris. Chouteau. Inola. Sperry. Adair. Foyil. Additional rainfall amounts of 2 to 3 inches are possible in the warned area. This includes Interstate 44 between mile markers 217 and 269. Precautionary/preparedness actions. Move to higher ground now. This is an extremely dangerous and life-threatening situation. Do not attempt to travel unless you are fleeing an area subject to flooding or under an evacuation order. Lon 3651 9520 3608 9521 3587 9598 3594 9603 3607 9603 3608 9613 3619 9622 3642 9580 3645 9543.

Flood Warning. Forecast flooding changed from Moderate to Major severity for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Bird Creek near Owasso-Mingo affecting Tulsa County. Okc143-211636- /o. Ktsa. T0836z-190524t0645z/ /owso2. T0617z. T1800z. T0045z. NO/ 337 AM Central Daylight Time Tue May 21 2019. Forecast flooding increased from Moderate to Major severity. This is a dangerous and life threatening situation. The Flood Warning continues for The Bird Creek near Owasso-Mingo * until late Thursday night, or until the warning is cancelled. At 3:00 AM Tuesday, the stage was 21. feet. Flood stage is 18. feet. Moderate flooding is occurring and Major flooding is forecast. Forecast. The Bird Creek near Owasso-Mingo will continue rising to near 27. feet early Wednesday afternoon. The river will fall below flood stage Thursday evening. Impact. At 27. feet, disastrous flooding extends along Bird Creek from north Tulsa to near Catoosa. Suburban homes between Owasso and north Tulsa are severely flooded. This flood is comparable to the flooding which occurred on May 11, 1993. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation. Lon 3627 9570 3618 9570 3618 9594 3627 9594.

Flood Statement. The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Bird Creek near Sperry affecting Osage and Tulsa Counties. Okc113-143-211636- /o. Ktsa. T0835z-190523t1716z/ /speo2. T0632z. T0600z. T1116z. NO/ 336 AM Central Daylight Time Tue May 21 2019. The Flood Warning continues for The Bird Creek near Sperry. until Thursday afternoon, or until the warning is cancelled. At 3:00 AM Tuesday, the stage was 23. feet. Flood stage is 21. feet. Minor flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast. Forecast. The Bird Creek near Sperry will continue rising to near 28. feet Wednesday before dawn. The river is expected to fall below flood stage Thursday morning. Impact. At 29. feet, severe flooding occurs. Highway 20 east of Skiatook is closed and adjoining parts of Highway 11 may be impassable. Urban streets in parts of east Skiatook are inundated. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation. Lon 3640 9593 3620 9590 3620 9598 3640 9605.

Flood Warning. Forecast flooding changed from Minor to Major severity for the following rivers in Oklahoma. Caney River near Collinsville affecting Rogers and Tulsa Counties. Okc131-143-211632- /o. Ktsa. T0832z-000000t0000z/ /cvlo2. T0517z. T0000z. T0000z. NO/ 333 AM Central Daylight Time Tue May 21 2019. Observed flooding increased from Minor to Moderate severity. Forecast flooding increased from Minor to Major severity. This is a dangerous and life threatening situation. The Flood Warning continues for The Caney River near Collinsville * from early this morning until further notice, or until the warning is cancelled. At 2:30 AM Tuesday, the stage was 29. feet. Flood stage is 26. feet. Moderate flooding is occurring and Major flooding is forecast. Forecast. The Caney River near Collinsville will continue rising to near 33. feet this afternoon then begin falling. Impact. At 35. feet, very severe flooding occurs from Collinsville to points downstream. Considerable farmland is flooded. Rural roads near the river become impassable. Some homes northeast of Collinsville just off Highway 169 near the Caney River are flooded. This will exceed the stage on May 11, 1993 when the Caney River crested at 34. feet. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation. Lon 3643 9580 3636 9564 3630 9570 3635 9588.

Flash Flood Warning. BULLETIN – EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED Flash Flood Warning National Weather Service Tulsa OK 238 AM Central Daylight Time Tue May 21 2019. The National Weather Service in Tulsa has issued a. Flash Flood Warning for. Creek County in northeastern Oklahoma. Southwestern Tulsa County in northeastern Oklahoma. Until 830 AM CDT. At 237 AM CDT, emergency management reported roads closed due to earlier heavy rains, and Doppler Radars indicated more heavy rainfall likely to move across the warned area before sunrise. Two to four inches of rain have fallen. Flash flooding is already occurring. Some locations that may experience flooding include. Sand Springs. Bristow. Sapulpa. Mannford. Drumright. Kiefer. Mounds. Kellyville. Oilton. Depew. Shamrock. Keystone State Park. Liberty. Silver City. Milfay. Additional rainfall amounts of 2 to 3 inches are possible in the warned area. This includes Interstate 44 between mile markers 178 and 216. Precautionary/preparedness actions. Be especially cautious at night when it is harder to recognize the dangers of flooding. Lon 3616 9662 3616 9646 3615 9630 3616 9627 3616 9619 3608 9613 3607 9603 3594 9603 3587 9598 3586 9602 3586 9619 3581 9620 3569 9661.

Flash Flood Warning. BULLETIN – EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED Flash Flood Warning National Weather Service Tulsa OK 105 AM Central Daylight Time Tue May 21 2019. The National Weather Service in Tulsa has issued a. Flash Flood Warning for. West central Wagoner County in northeastern Oklahoma. Northwestern Muskogee County in east central Oklahoma. Northern Okmulgee County in northeastern Oklahoma. Southeastern Tulsa County in northeastern Oklahoma. Until 700 AM CDT. At 102 AM CDT, emergency management reported road closures due to earlier heavy rains, and Doppler Radar indicated additional heavy rainfall likely to move through the area early this morning. Two to three inches of rain have fallen, and flash flooding is expected to continue. Some locations that may experience flooding include. Haskell. Beggs. Preston. Stonebluff. Bald Hill. Liberty. Hectorville. Precautionary/preparedness actions. Be especially cautious at night when it is harder to recognize the dangers of flooding. Lon 3586 9601 3594 9570 3569 9565 3568 9605 3581 9619 3586 9619.

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Mon, 20 May: Showers and thunderstorms, with Hazards – H: 75°, L: 68°

Tulsa’s weather forecast for today, reported at 6:31 AM on Monday, the 20th of May. Today, showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 1pm. Some of the storms could be severe and produce heavy rainfall. High near 75. Southeast wind 5 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New rainfall amounts between 1 and 2 inches possible. Then, Tonight, showers and thunderstorms. Some of the storms could be severe and produce heavy rainfall. Low around 68. Southeast wind around 15 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New rainfall amounts between 1 and 2 inches possible. Tuesday, showers and thunderstorms, mainly before 1pm. Some of the storms could be severe and produce heavy rainfall. High near 81. South wind around 20 mph, with gusts as high as 30 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New rainfall amounts between 1 and 2 inches possible. Then, Tuesday Night, mostly clear, with a low around 62. South wind 15 to 20 mph, with gusts as high as 30 mph. Sunrise today will be at 6:14 am and the sun will set at 8:27 pm.

There are 2 local weather hazards at the time of this report. Here are those local weather hazards.

Flood Watch. Flash flood watch remains in effect from 7 am Central Daylight Time this morning through tuesday evening. The Flash Flood Watch continues for. Portions of east central Oklahoma and northeast Oklahoma. including the following counties. in east central Oklahoma. Okfuskee. in northeast Oklahoma. Craig. Creek. Mayes. Nowata. Okmulgee. Osage. Ottawa. Pawnee. Rogers. Tulsa. Wagoner and Washington OK. From 7 AM Central Daylight Time this morning through Tuesday evening. Thunderstorms with heavy rainfall will spread into northeast Oklahoma this morning, continuing into this afternoon and evening. A secondary line of strong storms are expected Tuesday morning. Rainfall amounts of 2 to 4 inches are likely across a large portion of northeast Oklahoma, with locally higher amounts possible. The ground remains saturated from Saturday`s storms. The additional rainfall amounts will likely lead to flash flooding, especially near low-lying areas and smaller creeks and streams. In addition, a few main stem rivers could also rise above flood depending on the areas that receive the heaviest rainfall. Precautionary/preparedness actions. A flash flood watch means rapidly rising water or flooding is possible within the watch area. If you are in the watch area, keep informed, and be ready for quick action if flash flooding is observed or if a warning is issued.

Hazardous Weather Outlook. Significant severe weather today with the threat of strong tornadoes. Heavy rain and flash flooding likely through tuesday evening. This Outlook is for Northwest and West Central Arkansas as well as much of Eastern Oklahoma. Day one. Today and Tonight. Tornado. Risk. Elevated. Area. Eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas. Onset. Late Morning into early Afternoon. Severe thunderstorm. Risk. Significant. Area. Eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas. Onset. Late Morning into early Afternoon. Area at greatest risk. Northeast Oklahoma. Flash flood. Risk. Elevated. Area. Much of eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas. Onset. Late Morning into early Afternoon. Heavy rain. Risk. Critical. Area. eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas. Onset. Late Morning into early Afternoon. Area at greatest risk. Northeast Oklahoma. Discussion. A high impact severe weather and flood event is set to unfold across eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas Today into Tuesday. Thunderstorms are expected to blossom across eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas late this Morning into this Afternoon as a potent storm system begins to pivot out of the Southwest and into the Plains. As a warm front moves north across the area this Morning into this Afternoon, the airmass across the region will become increasingly unstable. This will allow any thunderstorms that develop to become supercellular with a few strong tornadoes possible. Large hail and wind gusts to around 80 mph will be possible as well. This activity will taper off later Tonight. In addition, locally heavy rainfall will be likely with an increased potential for flash flooding across much of eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas. to 4 inches of rain will be common across the area with amounts as high as 8 inches possible in some locations. This will likely lead to flash flooding of creeks, streams and low lying areas. Spotter and emergency management action statement. Activation of the Regional Spotter Network Expected. Days two through seven. Tuesday through Sunday. Tuesday. Severe Thunderstorm Potential. High Wind Potential. Heavy Rain Potential. Wednesday. Thunderstorm Potential. High Wind Potential. Thursday. No Hazards. Friday. Thunderstorm Potential. Saturday and sunday. No Hazards. Extended discussion. The severe thunderstorms and heavy rainfall threat continues into Tuesday as thunderstorm complex that will develop west of the area Tonight moves across eastern oklahoma and western Arkansas. This complex will have the potential to produce damaging winds, large hail and a few tornadoes. These storm are expected to exit the area late Tuesday Afternoon or early Tuesday Evening. Showers and thunderstorms may clip western portions of the area Wednesday night and again on Friday as series of upper level disturbances slide to the west of the area. Emergency management planning statement. Emergency management personnel and first responders should continue to closely monitor the latest forecasts both Today and Tuesday. Significant severe weather is expected Today with the potential for high end impacts, including flash flooding. weather. gov/tulsa contains additional information.

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Mon, 20 May: Showers and thunderstorms, with Hazards – H: 75°, L: 68°

Today’s Tulsa Oklahoma weather forcast, as of 5:16 AM on Monday, the 20th of May. Today, showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 1pm. Some of the storms could be severe and produce heavy rainfall. High near 75. Southeast wind 5 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New rainfall amounts between 1 and 2 inches possible. Then, Tonight, showers and thunderstorms, mainly before 1am. Some of the storms could be severe and produce heavy rainfall. Low around 68. Southeast wind around 15 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New rainfall amounts between 1 and 2 inches possible. Tuesday, showers and thunderstorms, mainly before 1pm. Some of the storms could be severe and produce heavy rainfall. High near 81. South wind around 20 mph, with gusts as high as 30 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New rainfall amounts between 1 and 2 inches possible. Next, Tuesday Night, mostly clear, with a low around 62. South wind 15 to 20 mph, with gusts as high as 30 mph. Sunrise today will be at 6:14 am and the sun will set at 8:27 pm.

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Sun, 19 May: Sunny – H: 79°, L: 57°

Today’s Tulsa Oklahoma forcast, reported at 5:15 AM on Sunday, the 19th of May. Today, sunny, with a high near 79. And then, Tonight, mostly clear, with a low around 57. Monday, showers and thunderstorms likely, mainly after 1pm. Some of the storms could be severe. Partly sunny, with a high near 79. East wind 10 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. Chance of precipitation is 60%. New rainfall amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch, except higher amounts possible in thunderstorms. Then later, Monday Night, a 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Cloudy, with a low around 68. Southeast wind 15 to 20 mph, with gusts as high as 30 mph. Sunrise today will be at 6:15 am and the sun will set at 8:26 pm. See you tomorrow!

Sat, 18 May: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, with Hazards – L: 71°, H: 75°

Tulsa’s weather outlook for today, as of 5:15 AM on Saturday, the 18th of May. Overnight, a 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Cloudy, with a low around 71. South wind around 15 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. Looking ahead, Saturday, showers and thunderstorms, mainly before 4pm. Some of the storms could be severe. High near 75. South wind 15 to 20 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New rainfall amounts between a quarter and half of an inch possible. Saturday Night, a 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly before 1am. Some of the storms could be severe. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 58. Winds could gust as high as 25 mph. Next, Sunday, sunny, with a high near 79. Sunrise today will be at 6:15 am and the sun will set at 8:25 pm.

There is one local weather hazard at the time of this report. Here’s that local weather hazard.

Hazardous Weather Outlook. Severe storms expected today. Monday and tuesday. Locally heavy rain and flooding also on monday. This Outlook is for Northwest and West Central Arkansas as well as much of Eastern Oklahoma. Day one. Today and Tonight. Tornado. Risk. Elevated. Area. Eastern Oklahoma and Western Arkansas. Onset. Mid Morning. Area at greatest risk. Far Southeast Oklahoma and West Central Arkansas. Severe thunderstorm. Risk. Significant. Area. Eastern Oklahoma and Western Arkansas. Onset. Mid Morning. Area at greatest risk. Southeast and East Central Oklahoma and Western Arkansas. Heavy rain and flash flood. Risk. Limited. Area. Eastern Oklahoma and Western Arkansas. Onset. Mid Morning. Significant winds. Risk. Limited. Area. Eastern Oklahoma and Western Arkansas. Onset. Ongoing. Discussion. A significant risk of severe thunderstorms, including the potential for very large hail, damaging winds, and tornadoes, will exist from mid morning through the afternoon and into the evening hours. Parts of far southeast Oklahoma and west central Arkansas will be most at risk for the high end severe weather with strong tornadoes possible in the afternoon and evening hours. The overall severe weather threat will increase areawide during the mid to late morning hours and continue through the afternoon and evening as thunderstorms ongoing in parts of West Texas early this morning continue to organize and move toward the area. Conditions will become increasingly favorable for tornadoes during the afternoon and evening hours across parts of southeast Oklahoma and western Arkansas. Additional thunderstorms may develop during the late afternoon and early evening hours closer to the upper low in parts of northwest and north central Oklahoma that may eventually spread into northeast Oklahoma. If this does occur, these storms would pose primarily a very large hail threat. In addition to the severe weather threat, locally heavy rainfall will be possible, and given the antecedent ground conditions, this could cause localized flash flooding and rises on area mainstem rivers. The worst storms will likely move out of the area by the early morning hours on Sunday. Spotter and emergency management action statement. Activation of the Regional Spotter Network Expected. Days two through seven. Sunday through Friday. Sunday. No Hazards. Monday. Severe Thunderstorm Potential. High Wind Potential. Heavy Rain Potential. Tuesday. Severe Thunderstorm Potential. High Wind Potential. Wednesday. Thunderstorm Potential. Thursday. No Hazards. Friday. Thunderstorm Potential. Extended discussion. The active weather pattern will continue into early next week, after a brief break on Sunday. Another substantial threat for severe thunderstorms will arrive on Monday, with high end severe weather once again possible for parts of eastern Oklahoma. If an isolated storm can develop this far east in the afternoon and early evening hours on Monday, a very large hail and strong tornado threat would exist. An even greater chance for heavy rain and flash flooding will be present on Monday, especially across areas along and northwest of Interstate 44. Rises on mainstem rivers may also occur. The severe weather threat will continue into Tuesday for much of eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas. Low thunderstorm chances will exist across at least a portion of the area through the rest of the upcoming work week. Emergency management planning statement. Emergency management and first responders should expect severe weather and flooding impacts both today and again on Monday. Preparedness plans should be readied. weather. gov/tulsa contains additional information.

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Fri, 17 May: Mostly sunny, with Hazards – H: 87°, L: 70°

Today’s forcast for Tulsa Oklahoma, reported at 5:16 AM on Friday, the 17th of May. Today, mostly sunny, with a high near 87. South wind 10 to 15 mph increasing to 15 to 20 mph in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 30 mph. Then later, Tonight, a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 5am. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 70. South wind 15 to 20 mph, with gusts as high as 30 mph. Saturday, showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 8am. Some of the storms could produce heavy rainfall. High near 76. South wind 15 to 20 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New rainfall amounts between 1 and 2 inches possible. And then, Saturday Night, showers and thunderstorms, mainly before 2am. Some of the storms could produce heavy rainfall. Low around 61. South wind 10 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%. Sunrise today will be at 6:16 am and the sun will set at 8:24 pm.

There is one local weather hazard at the time of this report. Here’s that local weather hazard.

Hazardous Weather Outlook. Active weather pattern with multiple rounds of severe storms expected. This Outlook is for Northwest and West Central Arkansas as well as much of Eastern Oklahoma. Day one. Today and Tonight. Severe thunderstorm. Risk. Limited. Area. West of Highway 75 in Eastern Oklahoma. Onset. After 4 AM. Significant winds. Risk. Limited. Area. Eastern Oklahoma and Western Arkansas. Onset. Late Morning. Discussion. Strong southerly winds will develop by late morning across much of eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas. Gusts near 30 mph will be possible, especially north of Interstate 40. Thunderstorms are expected to develop late this evening and overnight across portions of Texas, spreading northeastward early Saturday morning into Oklahoma. These storms may move into portions of eastern Oklahoma generally along and west of Highway 75 after 4 AM, posing some severe weather threat across the area. Spotter and emergency management action statement. Local Spotter Activation May Be Needed. Days two through seven. Saturday through Thursday. Saturday. Severe Thunderstorm Potential. High Wind Potential. Heavy Rain Potential. Sunday. No Hazards. Monday. Severe Thunderstorm Potential. High Wind Potential. Heavy Rain Potential. Tuesday. Severe Thunderstorm Potential. High Wind Potential. Wednesday and thursday. Thunderstorm Potential. Extended discussion. Strong to severe thunderstorms may be ongoing by daybreak Saturday morning either across or just to the west of eastern Oklahoma. The overall severe weather threat will increase through the morning hours as thunderstorms move more fully into the area. Additional strong to severe thunderstorm development will be possible during the afternoon and evening hours as an upper level storm system moves through the region. The evolution of the morning activity will have a substantial effect on the coverage and severity of the expected later development, but current data support some potential for high end severe weather, including very large hail, damaging winds, and a few tornadoes. The heavy rain and flooding threat will also be high, especially given the antecedent conditions. Flash flooding and rises on mainstem area rivers both look likely. The thunderstorm potential will exit the region by Sunday morning. After a dry Sunday, severe thunderstorm and flooding potential will increase once again Monday and into Tuesday as another strong storm system moves through the area. Multiple episodes of severe weather will again be possible during this time frame, with very large hail, damaging winds, and tornadoes all possible. Low thunderstorm chances will linger across portions of the area Wednesday and Thursday. Emergency management planning statement. Emergency management and first responders should ready severe weather and flooding preparedness activities to completion. weather. gov/tulsa contains additional information.

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