Oklahoma became a weather battleground state during January. A large upper-level ridge of high pressure entrenched over the western United States battled a deep trough of low pressure to the east for supremacy over the state’s weather.
Oklahoma's weather during March was so boring only a Mother (Nature) could love it. Dust storms and wildfires livened things up a bit, but there was very little in the way of traditional severe weather.
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