After you have purchased and mounted the Best outdoor TV Cabinet in your outdoor living space. You
are ready to watch it and enjoy it. If the weather starts to look a little scary outside, just turn the
channel to your local news to see what is going on while you are right in the middle of it. Oklahoma City
lies in a temperate humid subtropical climate with a lot of variations in weather every single day and
throughout every season, except during the consistently hot and humid summer months. Consistent
winds, usually from the south or south-southeast during the summer, help temper the hotter weather.
Consistent northerly winds during the winter can intensify cold periods. Oklahoma City’s climate moves
toward semi-arid further to the west, toward humid continental to the north, and toward humid
subtropical to the east and southeast. The normal annual mean temperature is sixty-one degrees. The
coolest year was 1895 with a mean of fifty-seven degrees. The warmest year was in 2012 at sixty-four
degrees. Precipitation averages thirty-six inches annually, falling on an average eighty-four days, with
the warmer months receiving even more than that. The annual precipitation has historically ranged from
fifteen inches in 1901 to fifty-six inches in 2007. The sun shines about sixty-nine percent of the time,
with monthly possible sunshine ranging from sixty percent in December to eight percent in July. After
you have purchased and mounted the Best outdoor TV Cabinet in your outdoor living space. You are
ready to watch it and enjoy it. If the weather starts to look a little scary outside, just turn the channel to
your local news to see what is going on while you are right in the middle of it. In the spring March
through early June, Oklahoma City lies in a zone of frequent conflict between warm, moist air coming
from the Gulf of Mexico and cold, dry air coming from Canada. Also, the “dryline,” which separates hot,
dry air from Mexico and the southwestern United States from warm, moist air from the Gulf of Mexico,
often spawns strong to severe thunderstorms across central Oklahoma. After you have purchased and
mounted the Best outdoor TV Cabinet in your outdoor living space. You are ready to watch it and enjoy
it. If the weather starts to look a little scary outside, just turn the channel to your local news to see what
is going on while you are right in the middle of it. In additions, rain sees a marked uptick in the spring,
not uncommonly accompanied by severe weather, including severe thunderstorms, large hail, and
tornadoes, especially from mid-April to early June, with May being the highest-risk month. Oklahoma
City, and central Oklahoma typically, is one of the most tornado-prone places in the world. After you
have purchased and mounted the Best outdoor TV Cabinet in your outdoor living space. You are ready
to watch it and enjoy it. If the weather starts to look a little scary outside, just turn the channel to your
local news to see what is going on while you are right in the middle of it. The average date of the last
spring freeze is March 29, while the first ninety-degree day of summer can be expected on May 6.
Oklahoma City has a very active severe weather season from March through June, especially during April
and May. Located in the center of a region known as Tornado Alley, Oklahoma City is prone to especially
frequent and severe tornadoes, as well as very severe hailstorms. Tornadoes have occurred in every
month of the year in Oklahoma City, and a secondary smaller peak also occurs during the early autumn,
especially in mid-September to late-October. Not very many people know that this is the most common
time for tornadoes in Oklahoma. The Oklahoma City metropolitan area is one of the most tornado-prone
major cities in the world, with about one hundred and fifty tornadoes striking within the city limits since
1890. Since the time weather records have been kept, Oklahoma City has been struck by thirteen violent
tornadoes. After you have purchased and mounted the Best outdoor TV Cabinet in your outdoor living
space. You are ready to watch it and enjoy it. If the weather starts to look a little scary outside, just turn

the channel to your local news to see what is going on while you are right in the middle of it. On May 3,
1999 parts of southern Oklahoma City and nearby suburbs suffered one of the most powerful tornadoes
on record, an F5 on the tornado scale, with wind speeds estimated by radar at three hundred and
eighteen miles per hour. On May 20, 2013, far southwest Oklahoma City, along with Newcastle and
Moore, was hit again by another EF5 tornado; that one was 0.5 to 1.3 miles wide and killed twenty-three
people. On May 31 of that same year, another outbreak affected the Oklahoma City area, including an
EF1 and an EF0 within the city and a tornado several miles west of the city that was over two miles in
width, the widest tornado ever recorded, and it, as was the May 3, 1999 F5, was one of the most
powerful tornadoes on record. After you have purchased and mounted the Best outdoor TV Cabinet in
your outdoor living space. You are ready to watch it and enjoy it. If the weather starts to look a little
scary outside, just turn the channel to your local news to see what is going on while you are right in the
middle of it.