Although it came a tad early, last night’s storms kicked off the Spring storm season. Is this a sign that our Spring will be extra stormy? Not really. With the decay of the El Nino and birth of the La Nina…

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…most of our Spring will be in the transitional period, meaning closer to normal. So yes, expected an active period, but nothing out of the ordinary.

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Here’s a look at last night’s rain totals and storm reports.

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Wind Reports:

Time Speed Location County State Lat Lon Comments
0245 58 OKARCHE CANADIAN OK 3573 9798 (OUN)
0455 60 4 S RUSH SPRINGS GRADY OK 3472 9796 (OUN)

Hail Reports:

Time Size Location County State Lat Lon Comments
0418 150 2 E ELGIN COMANCHE OK 3478 9826 (OUN)
0445 125 ELGIN COMANCHE OK 3478 9829 (OUN)
0455 175 4 S RUSH SPRINGS GRADY OK 3472 9796 (OUN)
0457 200 4 WNW STERLING COMANCHE OK 3477 9824 (OUN)
0458 125 4 N MARLOW GRADY OK 3470 9796 (OUN)
0520 200 2 S COX CITY GRADY OK 3470 9773 (OUN)
0602 100 4 N ELMORE CITY GARVIN OK 3468 9740 COVERING THE ENTIRE GROUND WITH SOME HAIL DRIFTS (OUN)
0652 100 5 E SULPHUR MURRAY OK 3451 9689 (OUN)
0755 100 ATOKA ATOKA OK 3438 9613 REPORTED AT WAL-MART (OUN)
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