• Get the current Tulsa weather forecast

    By: Cox Media Group National Content Desk


    Tulsa's weather can change rapidly. To stay on top of severe weather threats, you'll want to keep the Tulsa weather forecast handy.

    The FOX23 Weather App will keep  you updated via your mobile device. The National Weather Service also offers good tools for tracking Tulsa's weather.

    >>Complete Tulsa weather coverage from FOX23

    Mobile weather app
    The FOX23 Weather App can send mobile alerts and severe-weather warnings. based on your current location. The app also offers users interactive radar, so you can gauge the rain or storms headed your way. Setting up the app is as easy as adding your ZIP code. 

    Desktop resources
    You can find the latest Tulsa weather forecast from your desktop or laptop, too, of course.
    FOX23 has a section on its website devoted to weather coverage, including current conditions, a seven-day forecast, the pollen count, and severe-weather preparedness guides.

    Take a few minutes to read over the "Tips for Spring Weather in Green Country." This will help you become weather-wise to the different threats you can face when the weather warms up in Tulsa.

    The "Winter Weather Guide" offers guidance on the terminology you'll need to know to help you make the best planning choices when winter weather threatens. Prepare a winter kit for your home and auto with extra blankets, enough water for everyone in the family for three days, and power alternatives in case there's an outage.

    Preparedness for dangerous weather situations

    The National Weather Service provides resources that will help you stay ahead of the weather, and prepare in advance for severe conditions no matter what time of year.

    Tornadoes are terrifying, as are lightning and flood-producing rains, and Tulsa gets its fair share of all three. But in the winter months, severe conditions can be equally dangerous if you're not prepared to handle them.

    The Tulsa office of the NWS is staffed by a team of highly trained professionals who stand ready at all times to keep you informed of conditions that could threaten life or property. The Tulsa NWS office works closely with emergency managers, amateur radio operators and the media to prepare for and warn against dangerous weather situations. Visit this area often for the latest information in warning technology, preparedness tips, spotter training schedules, resources for spotter groups, links to area emergency management pages and summaries of recent severe weather episodes.

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