It still is winter, but we are seeing much more daylight now than compared to two months ago on the winter solstice.
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Tulsa is no stranger to extreme weather on Valentine’s Day. Temperatures have ranged from as cold as -10 degrees in 1905 to 80 degrees 5 years later in 1910.
FOX23′s Mike Grogan and Mikayla Smith went to Discovery Lab to make it rain … indoors!
Oklahoma is no stranger to ice, but many wonder why we get freezing rain and sleet versus good old-fashioned snow. Wintry precipitation is not only dependent on surface temperatures, but those readings at cloud level as well.
The incoming storm system has lots of energy and moisture. What it will be lacking in Oklahoma is seriously cold air. However, we still expect a good snowfall out of it.
Oklahoma is no stranger to small earthquakes. Small fault lines riddle the state and are often the focal points for tremors, most of which are not felt by us. The past decade brought us a huge surge in those earthquakes, many of which were felt. A few of the largest tremors even caused some damage in parts of the state.
The earliest tornadoes ever recorded in a calendar year for Oklahoma occurred on Monday in Green Country. The National Weather Service office in Tulsa has determined 3 low-end strength tornadoes touched down early Monday evening.
Last year brought a full range of weather to the Tulsa area and Oklahoma as a whole.