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Storms Move Across Oklahoma

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Thunderstorms and much-needed rain moved across Oklahoma Tuesday morning, starting in the northwestern part of the state and moving east.

The rain started falling around 3 a.m. in the panhandle and far western Oklahoma.  The line of storms then moved east toward Oklahoma City, dropping about an inch of rain.

The storms are not severe.  The rain should stop falling by mid-morning or early afternoon.

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