Storms Move Across Southeastern Oklahoma Amid Flash Flood Watch

Storms moved across southeastern Oklahoma on October 13, amid a flash flood watch for portions of the region.

The National Weather Service (NWS) issued the warning for areas in southeastern Oklahoma, as well as western Arkansas, from the night of October 13 until October 14. Two to four inches of rain with “locally higher amounts” could lead to flooding in low lying areas, the NWS said.

This video taken in Checotah, Oklahoma, shows heavy rainfall. Credit: Dennie Brison via Storyful

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