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OKG Newsletter

Topic: Weather

CFN Quotes of the Week

That's a good reason to be extreme.


Gazette staff
While weather forecasters warned that conditions on May 24 could have created the potential for the “perfect storm,” metro-area residents hunkered down with plenty of beer and Gary England drinking game rules.
Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Heat advisory to continue all weekend long

Don't forget your suntan lotion


Alex Ewald
Fifty-seven state counties, including the Oklahoma City area, will ride out the remaining heat wave over the weekend as the National Weather Service’s Heat Advisory warning will continue until 10 p.m. Sunday.
Thursday, July 21, 2011

'Unprecedented crisis'

Letters to the Editor

James Stovall
Recent evidence indicates that climate change is happening much faster than anyone predicted. Climatologists have learned that heat-trapping pollution produces both drying and more precipitation.
Wednesday, August 3, 2011

VOTD: All Other Lives, all the time

Five, yes five! live performances for KEXP!

Stillwater band Other Lives is about a month away from opening for the guy who’s the odds-on favorite for album of the year right now (can you say national exposure?). But currently, they’re about to jet off to Europe for a string of festival and small-venue dates. It appears that it’ll be a few months before they perform in Oklahoma again.

But fear not, friends! KEXP Radio in Seattle shot five live-in-studio performances by Jesse Tabish and company. “For 12” is my favorite here, but please watch them and let me know what you think. I can’t overstate how great it is that Other Lives is representing Oklahoma to indie audiences across the country and Europe right now.

For  12”

As I Lay My Head Down”

“Dark Horse”


“Tamer Animals”

Kudos to, who first pointed this out on their news blog!
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Blame it on the rain (and wind)

Wet lips.


Gazette staff
If you thought twice before heading up the turnpike to catch The Flaming Lips and Primus in T-Town, you didn’t miss much besides one hellacious storm and $800,000 in equipment damage, according to
Wednesday, August 17, 2011

'Into the Storm'

Reed Timmer’s team debuted on the second season of “Storm Chasers.”

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Take Shelter

Your forecast for ‘Take Shelter’: sustained tension with a 100 percent chance of palpable unease. Armpit precipitation possible.


Rod Lott
Rain the color and viscosity of fluids found in barrels at Jiffy Lube falls from the sky in the opening moments of “Take Shelter,” serving as a dark harbinger of things to come. Right out of the gate, this act of weird weather alerts the audience that something bad is going to happen, and the calm before the storm will be anything but serene.
Wednesday, November 2, 2011



Gazette staff
This just in: Oklahoma has some crazyass weather. (What? You already knew that?) And lots of earthquakes.
Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Live. Local. Leaving.

Longtime KOCO chief meteorologist Rick Mitchell heading to severe skies of Dallas TV.


Phil Bacharach
KOCO Channel 5 chief meteorologist Rick Mitchell is leaving the Oklahoma City station next month to do the morning weather at KXAS, the NBC affiliate in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Monday, July 16, 2012