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Emily Sutton Aug 20
Of course the hottest spot in the state yesterday was Hooker...I'm not saying that on tv 🙄🙄🙄🤣 (okay, maybe I will)
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Paul Smith Aug 20
Very interesting upward lightning feature in the turrets of a storm over Mcalester Ok last night. I'm thinking I may have caught my first ever rare blue jet (blue plume not visible over this distance of 115 miles) .
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Elizabeth Leitman 9h
Really?! Really?! Shaking my fist at you Ma Nature!
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Paul Smith Aug 18
Very close sprites from N Ok this morning 8/18 looking over Ks severe weather. Clouded out not long after this, but enjoyed some magnificent sprites after 2am.
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Matt Mahler Aug 18
Found another good one this morning, folks. Those beams of sunlight are just fantastic.
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Michael Armstrong 6h
Severe storm north of Anadarko today.
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James Aydelott☂✈ Aug 19
Tulsa: It's hot. But it's still better than cold. (Don't @ me, you know I'm right)
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Emily Sutton 9h
We’re getting a lot of pictures of shelf clouds as a severe storm moves into the Metro! Here’s a pic taken by our viewer Brandi Austin in El Reno, OK!
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Michael Armstrong Aug 21
Great example of a dangerous cloud to ground lightning strike. Notice how the strike occurs outside of the rain. Your best warning sign is hearing thunder, not feeling raindrops.
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University of Oklahoma RaXPol Aug 20
More (annotated) data from the Putnam, OK tornadic supercell back on June 15. Graphic shows reflectivity, velocity, and correlation coefficient from left to right.
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Stacia Knight Aug 20
A storm collapsed over McAlester tonight causing quite a bit of damage. A microburst brings very strong winds to the surface and can cause just as much damage as a tornado. Tonight, roofs were damaged, cars were moved & a lot of windows were broken.
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Mike Morgan Aug 21
Whoop Whoop! THe heat dome get taken out Thursday! Best rain/storm chance in metro will be later in the day. Locally heavy rainfall is possible! And LOOK at the 80's! Mike
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stereotypical cynical gen x'er 8h
This is less than ideal.
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Travis Meyer Aug 20
Sunset, storm, and lightning -- that's a pretty cool combo! Mark DeAngelis snapped this great photo in south Tulsa this evening.
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Matt Standridge Aug 21
A big cooldown is likely by the end of the month. Now we just sit and wait... via
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Noah Brauer 23h
Another day, another undular bore.
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James Aydelott☂✈ 7h
Radar-Severe Thunderstorm Warning cancelled early. Storm continues to weaken as it moves into Sapulpa and nears Tulsa/Jenks/Glenpool. Still gusty wind, downpours and deadly lightning possible in Tulsa Metro.
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James Aydelott☂✈ Aug 20
This is awesome video. Lightning strike in slow-motion captured by our Skyview Network.. Strike was near Preston, just north of Okmulgee at 8:29:23, 25 miles S of our camera
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Aaron Brackett 8h
Here's the severe storm as it rolls over Lake Hefner as seen from west Edmond on our 4Sight drone!
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Emily Sutton 9h
Thanks to our viewer Jordyn Walker for sharing this picture of the severe storm near Tecumseh!
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