State Radar Composite

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Idabel Broken Bow Mt. Herman Wister Talihina Clayton Cloudy Hugo Antlers Lane Durant Wilburton Stigler Sallisaw Webbers Falls Cookson Westville Tahlequah Eufaula McAlester Stuart Centrahoma Tishomingo Holdenville Madill Burneyville Ardmore Newport Fittstown Sulphur Haskell Porter Okmulgee Inola Bixby Tulsa Okemah Bowlegs Ada Byars Pauls Valley Ringling Hectorville Bristow Shawnee Ketchum Ranch Washington Norman Chandler Spencer OKC East OKC North Waurika Ninnekah Chickasha Acme Oilton Minco Guthrie Walters Apache Grandfield Medicine Park Fort Cobb Tipton Altus Hobart El Reno Hinton Perkins Marena Stillwater Lake Carl Blackwell Pawnee Red Rock Marshall Kingfisher Watonga Weatherford Bessie Jay Pryor Skiatook Wynona Burbank Miami Vinita Nowata Talala Copan Foraker Newkirk Blackwell Mangum Hollis Erick Putnam Butler Cheyenne Breckinridge Lahoma Fairview Seiling Camargo Medford Cherokee Alva May Ranch Freedom Woodward Arnett Buffalo Slapout Beaver Hooker Goodwell Boise City Kenton Elk City
The above map is a composite of all radars in Oklahoma. When temperatures are below freezing, a line will delineate the areas of the state that are above and below freezing. The unit dBZ is a measure of the radar reflectivity factor, which indicates the intensity of the precipitation on the map. The higher the dBZ value, the more intense the precipitation.