Logan County was the bullseye of early morning thunderstorms, which left its mark on at least one county road.
Updated at 1:30 p.m. — There are still several unknowns for this afternoon with the threat of severe weather.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin announced the state of Oklahoma has requested a major disaster declaration from the federal government for 18 counties impacted by severe weather that occurred April 28 – May 2.
Storms came roaring through Logan County on Thursday afternoon. Majority of the damage was suffered in Coyle, including vehicles and classroom windows at Coyle Public Schools.
Update on Sunday, April 30 at 3:45 p.m. The latest projections show the Cottonwood Creek has crested at Broadway and the water on the west side lowering. The latest reading on Broadway at 2:30 p.m. showed 28.9 feet, or 1.1 feet below flood stage (30 feet). It shows the river appears to have crested at […]
Update: Flood Warning was canceled late Saturday morning. With heavy rains throughout the day on Friday, officials are projecting the Cottonwood Creek will come out of its bank in the early morning hours on Saturday in two locations, including the west side of town.
With the threat of incoming winter weather beginning on Friday, Guthrie News Page is listing a list of priorities when it comes to ice and snow removal within the Guthrie city limits.
Updated on Jan. 12 at 3 p.m.: The National Weather Service has issued an ICE STORM WARNING from 6 am Friday to 6 am Sunday for Logan County.
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Logan County Board of County Commissioner’s meeting on Jan. 3, 2017.
The Guthrie area was hit with nearly four inches of rain and high winds after thunderstorms came rolling through the area on Thursday evening. The storm caused many residents to go without power for several hours.
Update at 11:36 p.m. — OG&E has increased the number of outages to 842 Update at 11:21 p.m. — OG&E has listed an estimated restoration time of 11:56 p.m. Update at 11:17 p.m. — OG&E now shows 674 customers without power. Update at 9:34 p.m. — OG&E has increased the number of outages to 1,299. Update at 9:26 […]
It certainly did not feel this way on Wednesday, but Guthrie avoided its first day of triple digit weather in 2016.
The Oklahoma storms on Tuesday did not pack the punch as some forecasts predicted, but Logan County did carry a tornado warning, received damages and brought over an inch of rain.
Overnight and early morning rain showers brought much needed rainfall in the Guthrie area on Sunday.
With possible severe weather being forecast for Wednesday, the Guthrie Fire Department is reminding everyone to review their Tornado Safety Precautions and have a plan of where you’re going to go in the event a tornado warning is issued for the Guthrie area.
Logan County Emergency Manager David Ball has coordinated an effort that will have all six of the Logan County outdoor storm sirens back in working condition.
Storm season is approaching, but you and your family can start preparing now. The City of Guthrie is offering a few tips to help keep your family safe.
With severe weather season officially here, the Board of Logan County Commissioners were informed on Monday morning that three of the six county storm sirens are damaged and not operable. The three unchecked sirens are hopeful to be evaluated this week.
Thunderstorms rolled through the Guthrie area late Monday evening dumping almost an inch of rain. Guthrie collected the second highest amount in the state.