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Sunday, August 31, 2014

Your September weather information from Oklahoma Mesonet #AltusOK

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Periods of Record
Temps#1903-2010
Precip#1903-2012
Snow#1903-2012
# - large gaps in record
1T Avgs: 92/67
Sig Prcp Freq: 12%
Extremes:
High T108 (1951)
Low T51 (1915)
Precip1.93 (1932)
2T Avgs: 93/67
Sig Prcp Freq: 12%
Extremes:
High T107 (1947)
Low T53* (1915)
Precip0.68 (1989)
3T Avgs: 92/66
Sig Prcp Freq: 15%
Extremes:
High T109 (2000)
Low T48 (1974)
Precip1.95 (1959)
4T Avgs: 91/66
Sig Prcp Freq: 20%
Extremes:
High T108* (1947)
Low T50 (1974)
Precip2.69 (1996)
5T Avgs: 91/65
Sig Prcp Freq: 14%
Extremes:
High T108 (1998)
Low T50 (1974)
Precip5.85 (1971)
6T Avgs: 92/66
Sig Prcp Freq: 11%
Extremes:
High T104* (1963)
Low T53 (1974)
Precip0.92 (1973)
7T Avgs: 92/66
Sig Prcp Freq: 10%
Extremes:
High T105* (1936)
Low T50 (1943)
Precip2.46 (1942)
8T Avgs: 91/65
Sig Prcp Freq: 10%
Extremes:
High T104 (1930)
Low T51 (2004)
Precip2.15 (1949)
9T Avgs: 91/64
Sig Prcp Freq: 11%
Extremes:
High T103 (1936)
Low T48 (2004)
Precip1.20 (1941)
10T Avgs: 90/64
Sig Prcp Freq: 12%
Extremes:
High T104* (1963)
Low T47 (1962)
Precip1.24 (2007)
11T Avgs: 89/63
Sig Prcp Freq: 14%
Extremes:
High T106 (2000)
Low T50 (1976)
Precip1.20 (1969)
12T Avgs: 89/64
Sig Prcp Freq: 15%
Extremes:
High T108 (1930)
Low T49 (1940)
Precip3.55 (1933)
13T Avgs: 89/63
Sig Prcp Freq: 15%
Extremes:
High T105 (1930)
Low T48* (1975)
Precip3.50 (1989)
14T Avgs: 88/62
Sig Prcp Freq: 21%
Extremes:
High T104* (1918)
Low T46* (1945)
Precip3.60 (1925)
15T Avgs: 87/63
Sig Prcp Freq: 13%
Extremes:
High T104 (1943)
Low T41 (1993)
Precip1.51 (2005)
16T Avgs: 87/62
Sig Prcp Freq: 23%
Extremes:
High T104 (1956)
Low T45 (1993)
Precip2.43 (1964)
17T Avgs: 88/62
Sig Prcp Freq: 15%
Extremes:
High T102 (1997)
Low T41 (1981)
Precip1.14 (1976)
18T Avgs: 88/62
Sig Prcp Freq: 15%
Extremes:
High T103 (1952)
Low T40 (1981)
Precip1.96 (1971)
19T Avgs: 87/62
Sig Prcp Freq: 16%
Extremes:
High T102* (1930)
Low T47 (2003)
Precip4.38 (1965)
20T Avgs: 87/61
Sig Prcp Freq: 12%
Extremes:
High T103 (1953)
Low T44* (1918)
Precip2.15 (1965)
21T Avgs: 86/60
Sig Prcp Freq: 15%
Extremes:
High T102* (1977)
Low T35 (1983)
Precip1.79 (1974)
22T Avgs: 86/59
Sig Prcp Freq: 9%
Extremes:
High T101 (1977)
Low T40 (1983)
Precip1.92 (1969)
23T Avgs: 85/59
Sig Prcp Freq: 14%
Extremes:
High T100 (1926)
Low T40 (1994)
Precip5.26 (1997)
24T Avgs: 84/58
Sig Prcp Freq: 13%
Extremes:
High T100* (1930)
Low T35 (1989)
Precip1.97 (1916)
25T Avgs: 83/58
Sig Prcp Freq: 19%
Extremes:
High T99* (1998)
Low T40* (1975)
Precip2.77 (1974)
26T Avgs: 84/56
Sig Prcp Freq: 15%
Extremes:
High T106 (1953)
Low T38 (2000)
Precip3.71 (1936)
27T Avgs: 84/55
Sig Prcp Freq: 9%
Extremes:
High T104 (1953)
Low T38 (1942)
Precip1.96 (1973)
28T Avgs: 84/56
Sig Prcp Freq: 9%
Extremes:
High T105 (1953)
Low T38 (1967)
Precip0.70 (1926)
29T Avgs: 83/55
Sig Prcp Freq: 11%
Extremes:
High T100* (1928)
Low T40 (1916)
Precip3.00 (1986)
30T Avgs: 83/54
Sig Prcp Freq: 9%
Extremes:
High T105 (1977)
Low T28 (1984)
Precip1.22 (1941)
Key
* - Record since tied
Highlight = Sep record
All Temps in deg F
All Precip in inches
Sig Prcp Freq = Pct of
days with >= 0.1" precip
Sep. Averages
High Temp88 F
Low Temp62 F
Avg Temp75 F
Precip2.82"
Snow0.0"
 

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Thunderclap Heard ‘Round the World #NPM14 #OKready #AltusOK


National Preparedness Month (NPM), which is celebrated every September, is almost here.  To show your support, share the NPM Thunderclap message today. Once you sign up, Thunderclap will sync your social media accounts to release an automatic Facebook post, Tweet or both on September 2, 2014 at 2:00 PM reminding your friends and followers to make a family emergency plan.
 It takes just a few steps to join:
  1. First, click the link to this year’s Thunderclap message “Get involved in National Preparedness Month! Be Disaster Aware, Take Action to Prepare. #NatlPrep http://thndr.it/1lf73mC.”
  2.  Once you click the Thunderclap message, you can choose how you will support it; for instance, if you plan to share the message on Twitter, you can click the “support with TWITTER” button.
  3. After you select how you will share the Thunderclap message, you will have the opportunity to customize it (i.e. add #PrepareAthon at the end of the message).
  4. Next, you will have the opportunity to schedule the message by selecting the “Add my Support” button.
  5. Finally, you will be prompted to log in to the social media account (i.e. Twitter, Facebook) you chose use to share the Thunderclap message. Once you enter your accounts credentials, you will select“Authorize App.
Check out other ways, you can get active on social media for NPM by visiting www.ready.gov/september. There you will find the NPM 2014 Digital Engagement Toolkit filled with tweets and Facebook messages to promote NPM and its weekly themes.

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Citizen Corps Partner Programs Unite! #OKready #OKstrong #AltusOK


The Program Offices of the National Citizen Corps Partner Programs are pleased to announce a can’t-miss event! On August 28 from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. (EDT), for the first time ever, we will be hosting a joint webinar. In addition to updates on all six programs, we will also be discussing ongoing collaboration and communications efforts, as well as online resources for local programs, chapters, and organizations, and promising practices. We will also be taking questions following the webinar. We hope that this presentation will mark the beginning of a renewed commitment to working together with one another’s programs, and that you will be able to join us next Thursday!
Date/Time
  • August 28, 2014
  • 3:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)/12:00 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time (PDT)
Join the Webinar
  • Adobe Connect Registration Web Linkbit.ly/VD5VNq
  • Please register for the event.  Be sure to test your Adobe Connect connection prior to the meeting by clicking here.
  • This webinar will offer closed captioning.
Presenters include representatives from:
  • Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
  • Fire Corps
  • National Neighborhood Watch
  • Medical Reserve Corps (MRC)
  • Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS)
  • Citizen Corps 

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