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.

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

rainrfc.24hr

yesterday

Wind Reports:

TimeSpeedLocationCountyStateLatLonComments
024558OKARCHECANADIANOK35739798(OUN)
0455604 S RUSH SPRINGSGRADYOK34729796(OUN)

Hail Reports:

TimeSizeLocationCountyStateLatLonComments
04181502 E ELGINCOMANCHEOK34789826(OUN)
0445125ELGINCOMANCHEOK34789829(OUN)
04551754 S RUSH SPRINGSGRADYOK34729796(OUN)
04572004 WNW STERLINGCOMANCHEOK34779824(OUN)
04581254 N MARLOWGRADYOK34709796(OUN)
05202002 S COX CITYGRADYOK34709773(OUN)
06021004 N ELMORE CITYGARVINOK34689740COVERING THE ENTIRE GROUND WITH SOME HAIL DRIFTS (OUN)
06521005 E SULPHURMURRAYOK34519689(OUN)
0755100ATOKAATOKAOK34389613REPORTED AT WAL-MART (OUN)
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