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Severe Weather Event

June 13 - 14, 2010

Severe thunderstorms impacted the Oklahoma Panhandle early Sunday morning with a brief tornado and damaging straight-line winds. Later in the day, thunderstorms redeveloped with several tornadoes reported in Beaver County. Additionally, thunderstorms moved across northwest Oklahoma where a flash flood watch was posted through Monday morning. Early Monday morning the thunderstorms moved into central Oklahoma and resulted in a significant and potentially historic flash flooding event. Widespread 6-8 inches of rain occurred within a few hours with reports upward of 10 inches. Numerous roads were closed, including a few Interstates along with swift water rescues. The flooding threat also impacted parts of northeast Oklahoma.

Situation Update 3 - June 15

Situation Update 2 - June 14

State of Emergency - June 14

Situation Update 1 - June 14

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