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March 26th, 2015

Tornadoes hit Oklahoma, Arkansas; 1 dead, several injured

March 26, 2015

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — The first batch of severe weather in this year's tornado season devastated an Oklahoma mobile home park, as storms across the area damaged buildings, tore off roofs and left debris strewn across roads. One person was killed and several were injured.

Tens of thousands of Oklahoma residents were without power early Thursday as officials assessed the damage.

Tulsa County Sheriff's Capt. Billy McKelvey said one person was killed in the mobile home park in the Tulsa suburb of Sand Springs, which he said could accommodate 40 to 50 trailers.

March 25th

Severe Thunderstorm Watch issued, severe weather possible

March 25, 2015

National Weather Service in Tulsa has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for LeFlore County until 10 p.m. Wednesday.

Radar showed scattered showers and thunderstorms, some which have become severe with quarter size hail reported. Storms are expected to race northeast around 50 mph as a cold front approaches. Numerous thunderstorms will continue to become severe, NWS said.

March 24th

Severe Thunderstorm Warning issued

March 24, 2015

The National Weather Service in Tulsa has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for parts of Latimer and LeFlore County in southeastern Oklahoma.

Severe thunderstorms were located near Red Oaks and Damon, moving southeast at 20 mph. Hazards with this storm include quarter size hail. Damage is expected for vehicles.

Locations near the path of this storm include Red Oak, Yanush, Bengal, Talimena State Park, Summerfield, Talihina and possibly Heavener.

NWS suggests, for your protection, to move to an interior room of your home or the lowest floor of a building.

NWS: Severe storms set for tonight, into Wednesday

March 24, 2015

The National Weather Service in Tulsa has released a hazardous weather outlook into Tuesday night and Wednesday for southeastern Oklahoma.

For Tuesday (March 24) afternoon and night, warm temperatures, low humidity values and gusty southwest wings will create an elevated danger of wildfires into the afternoon, especially near Interstate 44.

Trendy Tuesday

March 24, 2015

Here's a recap of what's trending around the web this Tuesday.

• Angelina Jolie has ovaries removed to reduce risk of cancer

• Lil' Chris TV personality and singer found dead in Lowestoft, Suffolk

• Black box found at crash site of Germanwings jet carrying 150 people in France

• Ted Cruz officially announces run for presidency

• SeaWorld is combating criticism after their new ad in the wake of Blackfish documentary

• Facebook may host articles on their networking site

VIDEO OF THE DAY: Germanwings Flight 9525 Crashes in French Alps With 150 People Onboard

March 24, 2015

An Airbus with 150 people onboard crashed in the southern French Alps on Tuesday, officials said. The A320, operated by Lufthansa’s budget airline Germanwings, was flying from Barcelona to Dusseldorf and went down in the Digne region of the Alps-De-Haute Province, according to Reuters. There were 144 passengers, two pilots and four crew members, Germanwings said.

March 23rd

BREAKING: Three sent to hospital in mill explosion

March 23, 2015

Three were sent to the hospital Monday evening after an explosion in the Heavener Feed Mill grain elevator. Two victims were taken to Tulsa by Eagle Med and Tulsa Life Flight, while one was taken by ambulance to Fort Smith, Ark. Two are reported to be in critical condition. The cause of the explosion remains unknown at this time.

Morning fog reduces visibility

March 23, 2015

Your morning commute {March 23] may take a little longer than most days. Fog has blanketed the area and according to the National Weather Service in Tulsa, visibility is .75 mile.
Drive cautious and get there safely.

March 20th

Wreck blocks Poteau traffic

March 20, 2015

Poteau Police are working [March 20 at 3:05 p.m.] a two-car accident at the intersection of Wilson and Broadway. The road is partially blocked.

No tornadoes reported anywhere across US in March

March 20, 2015

TULSA, (AP) — The U.S. appears to be locked in a tornado drought as meteorologists have recorded only about two-dozen twisters so far this year during a period when 100 or more are typical.
And there have been no reports of tornadoes so far in March — a sometimes violent period for severe weather. The last time there were no tornadoes in March was 1969.
Forecasters at NOAA's Storm Prediction Center in Norman have issued only four tornado watches and no severe thunderstorm watches — less than 10 percent of the average 52 tornado watches issued by mid-March.

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