Every month, the Oklahoma Water Resources Bulletin produces a summary on Oklahoma's current conditions. Precipitation, soil moisture, drought indices, a weather/drought forecast, a crop report, reservoir storage, and streamflow conditions are included.
The Crop Progress and Condition Report includes degree days, air temperature, precipitation, crop planting progress, crop development and harvesting progress. This report is published weekly except for the winter months of December, January and February, when issued monthly.
VegDRI maps are produced every two weeks and provide regional to sub-county scale information about drought's effects on vegetation. The VegDRI calculations integrate satellite-based observations of vegetation conditions, climate data, and other biophysical information such as land cover/land use type, soil characteristics, and ecological setting. The National Drought Mitigation Center produces VegDRI in collaboration with the US Geological Survey, and the High Plains Regional Climate Center, with sponsorship from the US Department of Agriculture.
The map displays weekly drought conditions, as designated by experts including climatologists at the Oklahoma Climatological Survey. The data cutoff for Drought Monitor maps is Tuesday at 7 a.m. Eastern Standard Time. The maps, which are based on analysis of the data, are released each Thursday at 8:30 a.m. Eastern Time.
The National Weather Service, part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, provides weather, hydrologic, and climate forecasts and warnings for the United States, its territories, adjacent waters, and ocean areas.
The U.S. Drought Portal provides current drought information, impacts, forecasts, and reports by state or region, along with supplemental tools to aid in education, planning, recovery, and research.
The Storm Events Database provides archived severe weather events (e.g., hail, high winds, blizzard) for a specified state, county, and date range. Search results can be further refined to include size, wind speed, property damage, crop damage, number of deaths, and number of injuries depending on the selected event.
The U.S. Army Corps maintains a daily report of reservoir conditions for each Oklahoma Basin.
Decision Support for Public Safety Officials (OK-First) provides information on training, meetings, workshops, real-time data and support services to safety officials.
Decision Support for Fire Managers (OK-FIRE) is composed of fire weather, fire danger, and smoke dispersion products, which incorporate an 84-hour predictive component. Regional training and customer support activities are also available for users.
Lawn Irrigation provides a simple irrigation plan for your yard. The plan may include when and when not to water your lawn, the cost, and how long you should water it.