Flash flood watch is still in effect for all of Texoma along with scattered flood warnings. The continued rain for today and tomorrow can cause flooding issues so watch road conditions, turn around don't drown. Thunderstorms are possible as well that could become on the strong side.
06-14-04 - (Los Angeles-AP) For the first time this year, gas prices are heading in the direction most of us would prefer: down. The bimonthly Lundberg survey shows the national average price has dropped 6.5 cents, to $2.40 per gallon.
Analyst Trilby Lundberg cites a boost in gasoline production and a dip in oil prices. Prices had risen more than 59 cents since mid-December.
The average price on the last survey, on May 21st, was slightly above $2.10 a gallon. Lundberg regularly polls nearly eight-thousand gas stations across the United States.
The survey found Tulsa has the lowest price in the nation with an average price of $1.75 per gallon. The highest price of gas can be found in San Francisco when a gallon costs $2.32 cents on average.