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.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin extended a state of emergency for all 77 Oklahoma counties due to the winter storm and flooding that continues to impact the state.
The Street and Park crews for the City of Guthrie continue to clean up debris from the Nov. ice storm.
Logan County is one of 18 counties that the state of Oklahoma is requesting for a major disaster declaration from the federal government following the Thanksgiving ice storm.
The City of Guthrie will be collecting branches, limbs and debris from the recent ice storm.
Many Guthrie and Crescent residents have been in the dark for several hours after suffering a power outage from the recent ice storm. It appears it may be several more hours until power is restored.
The first major winter storm has left an impact on the entire state of Oklahoma. On Sunday afternoon, Gov. Mary Fallin declared a state of emergency for all 77 counties.
The first wave of storms left an impact for a local business and a family on Tuesday afternoon. What seemed to be a harmless September thunderstorm, turned out to look like a scene from a small tornado with a residential roof and a business storage building ripped away.
Fall sports practices are underway in Oklahoma but the weather is still very much summer. As the continues to bake the state, the American Red Cross urges safety first for fitness enthusiasts and athletes as the temperatures remain hot.
Residents in Logan County may qualify for FEMA assistance following the recent heavy storms.
Earlier this week Gov. Mary Fallin and state emergency management officials added Logan County to a list of now 25 counties seeking federal assistance for the heavy rains and flooding in May.
Local business owner and Guthrie resident Asa Nelson captured these lighting strikes during Tuesday’s evening storms. In the background you can see the water tower that sits near 19th Street on the west side of town.
Severe weather made its return to Logan County late Tuesday evening with two tornado warnings and a flash flood warning being issued. The storms brought heavy rains, which led to a bridge being completely washed away. The National Weather Service issued the first tornado warning at 9:50 p.m. for the towns of Orlando and Mulhall. The […]
Guthrie has seen larger floods in the past, but rivers and creeks found their way out of their banks in Logan County over a two-day period causing roadways to flood and shut down for several hours.