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Flash Flood Warning
Issued: 5:31 PM CST Feb. 23, 2018 – National Weather Service

The National Weather Service in Tulsa has issued a

* Flash Flood Warning for...
Haskell County in southeastern Oklahoma...
McIntosh County in southeastern Oklahoma...
Wagoner County in northeastern Oklahoma...
central Pittsburg County in southeastern Oklahoma...
Muskogee County in east central Oklahoma...
Okmulgee County in northeastern Oklahoma...
Okfuskee County in east central Oklahoma...

* until 1230 am CST Saturday

* at 515 PM CST, emergency management reported several County roads
across Okmulgee County being flooded. Widespread light to
moderate rain will continue to spread across the warned area
through much of the evening hours. Additional rainfall amounts of
one half to one inch are likely which will lead to further
flooding impacts.

* Some locations that may experience flooding include...
Muskogee... McAlester...
Okmulgee... Wagoner...
Okemah... Eufaula...
Stigler... Okfuskee...
Coweta... Henryetta...
Fort Gibson... Checotah...
Krebs... Haskell...
Warner... Morris...
Boley... Quinton...
Weleetka... Dewar...

Additional rainfall amounts of one half to one inch are possible in
the warned area.

This includes Interstate 40 in Oklahoma between mile markers 212 and
289.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

Be especially cautious at night when it is harder to recognize the
dangers of flooding.


Lat... Lon 3564 9619 3608 9546 3607 9521 3582 9527
      3581 9513 3553 9513 3541 9498 3520 9492
      3519 9493 3503 9551 3476 9609 3505 9609
      3515 9598 3529 9598 3529 9644 3546 9644
      3545 9655 3539 9654 3540 9655 3546 9662




Areal Flood Advisory, Areal Flood Watch
Issued: 5:38 PM CST Feb. 23, 2018 – National Weather Service

The National Weather Service in Tulsa has issued a

* urban and small stream flood advisory for...
southern Craig County in northeastern Oklahoma...
Rogers County in northeastern Oklahoma...
southeastern Osage County in northeastern Oklahoma...
Creek County in northeastern Oklahoma...
Mayes County in northeastern Oklahoma...
northern Wagoner County in northeastern Oklahoma...
Tulsa County in northeastern Oklahoma...

* until 1130 PM CST

* at 530 PM CST, widespread light to moderate rain was ongoing along
the Interstate 44 corridor. The rains will continue through much
of Friday evening.

* Some locations that may experience flooding include...
Tulsa... Broken Arrow...
Sand Springs... Claremore...
Vinita... Bristow...
Pryor... Owasso...
Bixby... Sapulpa...
Jenks... Glenpool...
Coweta... Pryor creek...
Skiatook... Catoosa...
Collinsville... Verdigris...
Mannford... Drumright...

Additional rainfall of one half to one inch is expected over the
area. This additional rain will result in minor flooding.

This includes Interstate 44 between mile markers 178 and 292.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

Be especially cautious at night when it is harder to recognize the
dangers of flooding.


Lat... Lon 3682 9500 3618 9501 3586 9599 3586 9619
      3579 9620 3564 9662 3616 9662 3616 9627
      3623 9626 3628 9643 3644 9600 3642 9581
      3652 9581 3660 9559 3660 9543 3666 9543




320 PM CST Fri Feb 23 2018

... Flood Watch in effect through Saturday afternoon...

The National Weather Service in Tulsa has expanded the

* Flood Watch to include portions of east central Oklahoma and
northeast Oklahoma... including the following counties... in
east central Oklahoma... Okfuskee. In northeast Oklahoma...
Mayes... Okmulgee and Wagoner.

* Through Saturday afternoon

* rainfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches will be common across the
watch area, with locally higher amounts possible.

* This will likely lead to flooding of some low lying areas.
Additional rainfall on top of recent rains will increase the
potential for flash flooding and also some river flooding
concerns.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding based on
current forecasts. Drainage ditches, creeks and other low lying
areas are prone to rises and may flood. Most flood related deaths
occur in automobiles and flooding is the leading cause of weather
related deaths.





Areal Flood Advisory, Areal Flood Watch
Issued: 5:38 PM CST Feb. 23, 2018 – National Weather Service

The National Weather Service in Tulsa has issued a

* urban and small stream flood advisory for...
southern Craig County in northeastern Oklahoma...
Rogers County in northeastern Oklahoma...
southeastern Osage County in northeastern Oklahoma...
Creek County in northeastern Oklahoma...
Mayes County in northeastern Oklahoma...
northern Wagoner County in northeastern Oklahoma...
Tulsa County in northeastern Oklahoma...

* until 1130 PM CST

* at 530 PM CST, widespread light to moderate rain was ongoing along
the Interstate 44 corridor. The rains will continue through much
of Friday evening.

* Some locations that may experience flooding include...
Tulsa... Broken Arrow...
Sand Springs... Claremore...
Vinita... Bristow...
Pryor... Owasso...
Bixby... Sapulpa...
Jenks... Glenpool...
Coweta... Pryor creek...
Skiatook... Catoosa...
Collinsville... Verdigris...
Mannford... Drumright...

Additional rainfall of one half to one inch is expected over the
area. This additional rain will result in minor flooding.

This includes Interstate 44 between mile markers 178 and 292.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

Be especially cautious at night when it is harder to recognize the
dangers of flooding.


Lat... Lon 3682 9500 3618 9501 3586 9599 3586 9619
      3579 9620 3564 9662 3616 9662 3616 9627
      3623 9626 3628 9643 3644 9600 3642 9581
      3652 9581 3660 9559 3660 9543 3666 9543




320 PM CST Fri Feb 23 2018

... Flood Watch in effect through Saturday afternoon...

The National Weather Service in Tulsa has expanded the

* Flood Watch to include portions of east central Oklahoma and
northeast Oklahoma... including the following counties... in
east central Oklahoma... Okfuskee. In northeast Oklahoma...
Mayes... Okmulgee and Wagoner.

* Through Saturday afternoon

* rainfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches will be common across the
watch area, with locally higher amounts possible.

* This will likely lead to flooding of some low lying areas.
Additional rainfall on top of recent rains will increase the
potential for flash flooding and also some river flooding
concerns.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding based on
current forecasts. Drainage ditches, creeks and other low lying
areas are prone to rises and may flood. Most flood related deaths
occur in automobiles and flooding is the leading cause of weather
related deaths.





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