Ponca City, OK

Now: 73 °F

Currently: Cloudy

Hi: 73 °F | Lo: 64 °F

Sunday

Hi: 82 °F 

Lo: 57 °F

Monday

Hi: 87 °F 

Lo: 60 °F

Tuesday

Hi: 80 °F 

Lo: 61 °F

Wednesday

Hi: 84 °F 

Lo: 64 °F

Thursday

Hi: 81 °F 

Lo: 64 °F

Significant Weather Advisory issued for Friday morning

Team Radio Marketing Group - May 19, 2017 10:16 am

Noble County Emergency Management issued a significant weather advisory at 9:55 a.m. Friday.

Hail up to one-half inch diameter and wind gusts to 40 mph are expected.

Counties included in the advisory include Major, Garfield, Kingfisher, Logan, Alfalfa, Dewey, Woods, Kay, Grant, Blaine and Noble.

At 9:24 a.m.,  strong thunderstorms were along a line extending from 5 miles north of Oakwood to 6 miles northwest of Hitchcock to 3 miles northwest of Loyal to near Dover, moving northeast at 50 mph.

Hazards include hail up to one-half inch diameter, wind gusts to 40 mph, minor flooding in areas of poor drainage and frequent cloud to ground lightning.

Locations impacted include Enid, Fairview, Hennessey, Helena, Waukomis, Okeene, Garber, Canton,
Lahoma, Covington, Billings, Ringwood, Dover, Drummond, Carmen, Cleo Springs, Marshall, Longdale, Kremlin and Goltry.

Enid/Garfield County Emergency Management issued an advisory stating strong but not severe thunderstorms were entering their area about 9:45 a.m. Expect heavy rainfall, some lightning, small hail and gusty winds. Movement on these cells is North-Northeast at 50 mph.

 

 

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