Daily Historical Weather for December 22
Strong winds blew across Oklahoma on December 22, 1961. In Chickasha, power lines were blown down, causing a fire that damaged a cotton warehouse. Strong winds over northern Oklahoma that afternoon damaged many roofs, blew down power lines, and shattered plate glass store windows. A 75 foot section of a brick wall fell in Enid, and an oil rig was toppled by the wind near Hennessey.