Central Okla. Sees Flash Flood Threat Thursday Morning


Wednesday, March 18th 2020, 11:12 pm
By: News 9


Late night severe weather combined with overnight rain has made flash flooding a big concern for Oklahoma City, Tuesday morning. 

A flash flood warning is in affect or Canadian and Oklahoma County until 6:30 a.m. 

Oklahoma City police and firefighters responded to dozens of high water rescues in the last few hours. 

 

Emergency crews also rescued a driver near Southwest 29th Street and Sara Road. 

News 9 meteorologist Jed Castles said Oklahoma City will see a dip in the road Friday. 

There is potential for light rain Sunday into early next before temperatures return to the 70s! 

 

 

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Oklahoma City police and firefighters responded to dozens of high water rescues in the last few hours. 

 

Emergency crews also rescued a driver near Southwest 29th Street and Sara Road. 

News 9 meteorologist Jed Castles said Oklahoma City will see a dip in the road Friday. 

There is potential for light rain Sunday into early next before temperatures return to the 70s! 

 

 

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