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Day After Christmas Brings Precipitation To Oklahoma


In Oklahoma, it’s no surprise to see more than one type of weather across the state in one day, and that is exactly what happened on Wednesday.

The day after Christmas brought widespread precipitation across the state of Oklahoma. Most of Oklahoma saw rain and thunderstorms, which brought up to 2 inches in rainfall for places across North Central Oklahoma. Some of the storms caused the National Weather Service in Norman to issue flood warnings and severe thunderstorm warnings for areas around Oklahoma City and south. Rain wasn’t the only form of precipitation in Oklahoma on Wednesday, areas in the Oklahoma Panhandle in Texas and Cimarron Counties are dealing with widespread heavy snow that has caused highways such as U.S. 54 from Guymon to the Texas State Line.

For Northern Oklahoma, the forecast shows that there is not a chance of rain in the next six days. If future weather is to impact the area and causes closings and cancellations, you can pass the information to [email protected].