Heat Hiatus Continues During May

Gary McManus, State Climatologist — May’s weather was rather tame by Oklahoma standards, with severe weather greatly diminished by an abundance of cool, cloudy weather. Plenty of moisture was to be had, with heavy rains falling right through May’s final day. That is not to say severe weather was completely absent, but at times flood warnings were seemingly more prevalent than severe thunderstorm warnings. Only a handful of tornadoes were reported in the state during May. While the official number is still under investigation by the National Weather Service, the total will come in well below the month’s 1950-2020 average…

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