On-And-Off Storm Chances Continue Through The Week

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Tuesday, May 28th 2024, 10:38 pm

By: News On 6


Later on Tuesday, a few additional showers and storms will develop closer to northern Oklahoma.

Severe weather threats are minimal, mainly restricted to south-central Oklahoma into the Red River Valley and north central Texas, although a few storms may produce marginally severe hail across central to northern Oklahoma.

Storm Chance Timeline 5/26/2024

The prevailing upper-air pattern from the northwest is set to continue until the end of the week, suggesting regular occurrences of showers and storms, primarily during late night and early morning hours.

Our forecast is shaped around this pattern and a consensus of model data, with adjustments to the timing and probabilities expected as the week progresses. A stronger disturbance is projected for Thursday night into Friday and our probabilities reflect this scenario.

The upper air flow is likely to shift from the northwest to the southwest over the weekend, introducing a stronger current over the southern and central plains. For now, our probabilities remain mostly low Saturday, but we have increased those values from late Saturday night into part of Sunday morning for this forecast cycle. 

Temperature-wise, the work week should see near-normal conditions, with morning lows in the 60s and afternoon highs mostly in the lower 80s.


Severe weather caused two deaths, several injuries, and widespread damage in Oklahoma late Saturday night.

Salina was also affected by Saturday night's storms, and Mayor Plumlee said that all water, gas and electricity to the town was shut off as they were dealing with the situation.

The Governor’s State of Emergency has been updated to include additional counties impacted by recent storms, including those on May 25-26.

Counties now included in the State of Emergency are Blaine, Carter, Cleveland, Canadian, Comanche, Cotton, Craig, Custer, Delaware, Garfield, Hughes, Jackson, Johnston, Kay, Kingfisher, Lincoln, Love, Mayes, McClain, Murray, Okfuskee, Oklahoma, Okmulgee, Osage, Ottawa, Payne, Pittsburg, Pontotoc, Pottawatomie, Rogers, Tillman, Wagoner, Washington, Washita, Woods, and Woodward.

The Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management provided the following update at 3 a.m.

  1. Delaware County Emergency Management reports damages to homes, trees, and power lines in southern Delaware County.
  2. Garfield County Emergency Management reports baseball-sized hail at Boomer and Keowee SSW of Hillsdale. Numerous homes were damaged by hail.
  3. Mayes County Emergency Management reports multiple homes and structures damaged around Pryor and Salina.
  4. Nowata County reports damage to trees in the Wann area. One power pole is down with a downed tree entangled in power lines.
  5. Owasso Emergency Management reports utility poles are down. No structure damage or injuries.
  6. Ringwood Emergency Management reports wind damage west of Ringwood with multiple tree limbs down.
  7. Rogers County Emergency Management reports widespread damage to homes, structures, and power lines in and around Claremore. Claremore First Baptist Church and the County Courthouse were damaged. Owasso Fire, Police, and EMS are assisting with Search and Rescue.
  8. Washington County Emergency Management is providing light towers. Wagoner County and Broken Arrow Emergency Management are on the scene to assist.
  9. Woods County Emergency Management reports wind damage and multiple injuries at an outdoor wedding northeast of Capron.
  10. Woodward County Emergency Management reports a mobile home with roof damage and trailers overturned near Mutual. Two barns were destroyed and numerous power poles were damaged.

The American Red Cross has opened evacuation centers for people impacted by severe weather.


Memorial Heights Baptist Church

1500 W Will Rogers Blvd.

Claremore, OK 74017


Mayes County Fairgrounds

2200 NE First St.

Pryor, OK 74361

Outages Across Oklahoma:

Northeast Oklahoma has various power companies and electric co-operatives, many with overlapping areas of coverage. Below is a link to various outage maps.

PSO Outage Map

OG&E Outage Map

VVEC Outage Map

Indian Electric Cooperative (IEC) Outage Map

Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives Outage Map - (Note Several Smaller Co-ops Included)

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