The Flood Warning continues for
the Red River near Burkburnett.
* Until further notice... or until the warning is cancelled.
* At 8:30 am Saturday the stage was 10.1 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and minor flooding is forecast.
* Flood stage is 9.0 feet.
* Forecast... the Red River will continue rising and crest near 11.2
feet mid Sunday morning then begin falling.
* Impact... at 11.0 feet... crop and range lands... oil fields... and
rural roads are affected. Some low-lying areas near the river are
isolated by high water in side channels. Areas along the river near
Davidson Oklahoma begin to flood several hours before the crest
approaches the Burkburnett area. The flood crest reaches the area
along the river near Taylor Oklahoma several hours later. Cattle
and other property should be relocated to places which are 2 feet
higher than nearby river banks to avoid being stranded.
Lat... Lon 3414 9895 3430 9895 3418 9854 3419 9805
3406 9815 3402 9859
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Statement as of 9:13 AM CDT on May 30, 2015
Flash Flood Watch
Statement as of 3:22 AM CDT on May 30, 2015
... Flash Flood Watch now in effect until 1 PM CDT this
The Flash Flood Watch is now in effect for
* portions of Oklahoma and northern Texas... including the
following areas... in Oklahoma... Atoka... Bryan... Carter...
Coal... Comanche... Cotton... Garvin... Greer... Harmon... Jackson...
Jefferson... Johnston... Kiowa... Love... Marshall... Murray...
Pontotoc... Stephens and Tillman. In northern Texas... Archer...
Baylor... Clay... Foard... Hardeman... Knox... Wichita and
* Until 1 PM CDT this afternoon
* heavy rainfall is still possible this morning across the Red
River valley of southern oklahom and western North Texas. A
complex of storms will continue to move east across northern
Texas and may develop further north into southern Oklahoma this
morning as a cold front pushes south through the area. Rainfall
totals of 1 to 2 inches will be possible with locally higher
Monitor weather forecasts and information. Make plans to get to
higher ground if flooding happens.