Oklahoma is bracing for the second consecutive Saturday for storms that could bring straight lines - wind gusts that could damage homes, businesses, schools and other critical subway infrastructure. The National Weather Service extended the tornado watch until 3 a.m. and issued a tornado warning for Grady County as a thunderstorm line of confirmed tornadoes approached.
The long-term risk area includes parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Tennessee, Texas, Kentucky, North Carolina and South Carolina. Two major fires in northwest Oklahoma: Dewey County (known as Rhea) and Woodward County, known for the 34-acre complex. The state's two largest wildfires - one in Oklahoma and the other in Texas - are causing more than 1,000 acres of fire damage in both counties. Two major wildfires - two in northwest Oklahoma - the 34 Complex in Woodward County and one of the largest in North Dakota. A major fire in northeast Oklahoma, two major fires, both near Oklahoma in the northwest, and a smaller fire in Dewney County, known as "Rhea" or "Dewey."
A small fire west of Altus has been burning on about 400 hectares of pasture land since Monday. The cause of the fire is unknown, although it has been burning since April 16, according to the Oklahoma Department of Forestry and Natural Resources. A smaller fire east of Oklahoma City, near the city of Tulsa, burned on Monday on a pasture of about 400 acres, but the cause of the fire is unknown.
A fire in the southwest caused havoc in the cotton industry near the town of Martha, but was nearly completely contained late last week, according to the Oklahoma Department of Forestry and Natural Resources. At this point, it is limited to about 1,000 hectares, less than a quarter of its original size, although it is still wreaking havoc in and around the cotton-industry town of Martha.
The town of Martha has been on fire since the weekend of April 14, 2017, and was the scene of a major fire in the cotton industry in the Alton area of southwest Oklahoma on Saturday, April 13, 2017. The town of Martha was on fire through the weekend, but has since been the scene of a major fire and damage to the cotton industry in and around the city, the Oklahoma Department of Forestry and Natural Resources said.
Although the 34-unit fire had fewer sources of fire and was significantly less powerful than the Rhea fire, local and national crews fighting the flames found that the flames spread so quickly that smoke was added to the smoke they emitted. Crews battled the flames, which were up to 60 meters (100 feet) high in some places, as this image from space clearly shows the flames and smoke billowing across the state. Crews battled flames as high as 70 feet (about 1,000 hectares) in places in the Alton area of southwest Oklahoma on Saturday, April 13, 2017. In these images from the area, the fire can be seen spreading and flames blazing across the state. The crew fought fires at speeds of up to 70 miles per hour, with the flames reaching more than 70 acres each, while these space images show flames and smoke billowing across the state.
A number of vessels are sitting outside the fire they have fought as far as the eye can see, and a number of them are sitting in the fires they had to fight. A snake, or water truck, sits inside and around the Alton, Oklahoma Fire Department's fire station, with a pipe for water from outside, as far as to see.
Lake Altus began in 1927, when the city of Altus, Oklahoma, built the Altuus Dam as a source of municipal water for the city. The municipal water in Altum, Okla., is reserved for use by the Alton Fire Department, the City of Altis, and other municipal purposes.
An electrical fire in 1995 destroyed most of the structure and the remains were demolished in 1998 before reconstruction could begin. After completion of the reconstruction, ownership of both lodges passed from the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department to the Regents of Higher Education, which is currently managing the property. The Oklahoma Farmers Union Foundation accepted donations from affected producers and deposited them into its own bank account.
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