Heavy Rain & Flooding

Current Heavy Rain & Flooding Conditions

Oklahoma flood advisories learn more

Oklahoma flood advisories

This map displays the latest flood advisories for Oklahoma. It is updated as advisories are issued by the National Weather Service.
Rainfall summaries by climate division (tables & maps) learn more

Rainfall summaries by climate division (tables & maps)

Tables of rainfall summaries for each climate division are available. Separate summaries are provided for the differing durations of rainfall: from spring to the current date, the warm growing season, the beginning of the calender year to the current date, the water year through the current date, and the last 30, 60, 90, 120, 180, and 365 days.
Recent rainfall learn more

Recent rainfall

The Recent Rainfall table shows the total rainfall (in inches) for each Mesonet site. Rainfall totals are given for the past 7, 10, 14, 30, 60, and 90 days up to the current date, as well as the total for the current month, year, and previous year.
Soil moisture - Fractional water index at 10 inches learn more

Soil moisture - Fractional water index at 10 inches

The Fractional Water Index at 10 inches map displays the 24-hour-averaged soil moisture at 10 inches (25 cm) under native sod for the previous day. Fractional water index ranges from 0 (completely dry) to 1.0 (completely saturated). This map is updated once each day between 7 and 8 AM.
Flash flood guidance from the National Weather Service learn more

Flash flood guidance from the National Weather Service

The National Weather Service's Arkansas-Red Basin River Forecast Center provides 6-hour, 3-hour, and 1-hour flash flood guidance for various locations throughout the forecast area.
Mesonet rainfall vs. NWS flash flood guidance learn more

Mesonet rainfall vs. NWS flash flood guidance

This map is a comparison between observed rainfall and the estimated amount needed to produce flash flooding for each county. Rainfall observations are measured every 5 minutes from Mesonet sites located within that county.
Flood & high flow conditions from the USGS learn more

Flood & high flow conditions from the USGS

The Flood and High Flow map produced by USGS shows the location of streamgages where the water level is currently at or above flood stage, or at high flow. The high flow conditions are expressed as percentiles that compare the current immediate flow value to historical daily average flow values for all days of the year.
Streamflow conditions from the USGS learn more

Streamflow conditions from the USGS

Map of real-time streamflow compared to historical streamflow for the day of the year.
Departure from normal streamflow from the USGS learn more

Departure from normal streamflow from the USGS

Departure from Normal Streamflow from the USGS provides detailed drought information. A map of your chosen state shows areas that have experienced below normal streamflow (in percentile classifications) based on a historical seven day average for that particular day.
Enhanced Decision Support from NWS Norman learn more

Enhanced Decision Support from NWS Norman

This is an enhanced weather page provided by the National Weather Service's Weather Forecast Office in Norman, Oklahoma. The map shows a graphic display of current and forecasted weather information for the Norman forecast area.
Enhanced Decision Support from NWS Tulsa learn more

Enhanced Decision Support from NWS Tulsa

This is an enhanced weather page provided by the National Weather Service's Weather Forecast Office in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The map shows a graphic display of current and forecasted weather information for the Tulsa forecast area.
Enhanced Decision Support from NWS Amarillo learn more

Enhanced Decision Support from NWS Amarillo

This is an enhanced weather page provided by the National Weather Service's Weather Forecast Office in Amarillo, Texas. The map shows a graphic display of the expected weather in the Texas panhandle for the current day.

Precipitation Outlooks

6 to 10 day precipitation outlook learn more

6 to 10 day precipitation outlook

The 6-10 day Outlook gives the confidence (probability) that the National Weather Service has that the observed total precipitation, averaged over upcoming days 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 will be in the range of one of three possible categories - below normal (B), normal (N), or above normal (A).
8 to 14 day precipitation outlook learn more

8 to 14 day precipitation outlook

The 8-14 day Outlook gives the confidence (probability) that the National Weather Service has that the observed total precipitation, averaged over upcoming days 8, 9, 10 , 11, 12, 13, and 14 will be in the range of one of three possible categories - below normal (B), normal (N), or above normal (A).
U.S. Hazards Assessment: 3 to 7 day outlook learn more

U.S. Hazards Assessment: 3 to 7 day outlook

The U.S. Hazards Assessment is intended to provide emergency managers, planners, forecasters and the public advance notice of potential hazards related to climate, weather and hydrological events.
U.S. Hazards Assessment: 8 to 14 day outlook learn more

U.S. Hazards Assessment: 8 to 14 day outlook

The U.S. Hazards Assessment is intended to provide emergency managers, planners, forecasters and the public advance notice of potential hazards related to climate, weather and hydrological events.

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