Oklahomans affected by the May tornadoes and flooding have more time to apply for help from the federal government.
FEMA spokesman Nate Custer said the deadline, which was set for Friday, is being pushed back a month.
He said the new deadline to register for federal disaster assistance is August 19th.
"There's a feeling that there are people who have not registered with FEMA. That is based on the number of registrations which continue to come in," Custer told KTOK.
Custer said state officials want to make sure all storm victims have plenty of time to sign-up for assistance.