Monthly Archives: May 2015

One More Look at May’s Historic Rainfall…

No matter how you slice it, May was a historic month for rainfall in the state of Oklahoma.¬†Every climate division is reporting a top five rainfall event historically (since 1980) and some totals from this May are breaking all-time records which have stood for nearly a century. Incredible! […]

By | May 30th, 2015|Other Weather|5 Comments

And Now for Something a Little Different: Nice Weather

May has truly been historic, with record rainfalls across much of the region along with a rather active storm season. It seems like we’ve had daily risks of severe weather and tornadoes for the past month as well as a never-ending onslaught of heavy rain. […]

By | May 29th, 2015|Southern Plains Weather|1 Comment

Severe Storms Possible Western OK Into North Texas – May 26, 2015

A slight risk (2 of 5) of severe weather is in place today across Western Oklahoma and NW Texas. This slight risk area is in response to the possibility of severe storm development this afternoon into the evening. […]

By | May 26th, 2015|Southern Plains Weather|0 Comments

North Texas, Southern Oklahoma to Be Impacted by Significant Severe – May 25, 2015

Well, it looks like today is going to be a day where we see another significant round of severe storms with flooding rains, large hail, damaging winds, and tornadoes in the region. For chasing, these setups are really difficult and kind of hard to get good imagery out of. Regardless, the impacts will be pretty [...]

By | May 25th, 2015|Southern Plains Weather|0 Comments