Many of you (have and will) ask what I think about other forecasts you are seeing. First off, I don’t keep tabs on what others say, I’m just way too busy. Secondly, it doesn’t matter. There are so many places to get weather information, you can’t tell if it’s from a meteorologist or someone else. That in itself leads to my last point. I used to try and distance myself from other forecasts to show you there’s a difference in where you get your weather information when it comes to accuracy. Over time I’ve learned that’s also a pointless thing to do. For one, you’re going to follow many weather sources which all get jumbled together into one voice. This makes it difficult to remember who said what. Two, in the age of social media, all of us are just an “unfollow” or “unlike” click away for any reason under the sun, or sometimes no reason at all, cyber relationships are more fragile than real ones! So with that said, please don’t post other forecasts and ask what I think of them because I won’t reply. Secondly, I’m glad you follow me on social media and through my website for the most accurate weather information that I can provide you. I do my best to help plan your days around the crazy Oklahoma weather. -AT #weatherfortunetelling
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Aaron Tuttle is a degreed Meteorologist residing in Oklahoma City. He provides forecasts and severe weather coverage to the state of Oklahoma and beyond. Download his free app, ATsWeatherToGo today.
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@BillyM2k The more I learn, the worse it gets. The world should know the truth of what has been happening at Twitter.
Transparency will earn the trust of the people.
@EricRWeinstein It has been really bad. Far left San Francisco/Berkeley views have been propagated to the world via Twitter.
I’m sure this comes as no surprise to anyone watching closely.
Twitter is moving rapidly to establish an even playing field. No more thumb on the scale!
The Dense Fog Advisory has been expanded to include parts of central Oklahoma. It also remains in effect for west central and northwest Oklahoma through 10 AM.
⚠️Be on alert for rapid changes in visibility.
⚠️Slow down and allow extra time to reach your destination. #okwx