OH radicals are measured in a pulsed corona or a pulsed dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) using laserinduced fluorescence (LIF) method. The pulsed discharges occur in nitrogen-oxygen mixture with 2.4% water vapor at atmospheric pressure. The pulse width is 100ns and the peak voltage is 35kV. The electrode configuration is a needle to plate electrode with 16-mm gap for corona discharge, and with 5-mm gap for DBD where the barrier is 2mm thick glass plate. It is shown that OH density is approximately proportional to the energy consumed by the discharge. The OH density per the discharge energy is about 2-4×1014cm-3/mJ for both discharges in H2O(2.4%)/N2 mixture. It is shown that OH density increases with oxygen content in DBD, whereas OH density reaches a maximum at 3% oxygen content in corona discharge. The existence of oxygen accelerates OH decay rate in both discharges. A trace amount of trichloroethylene (TCE) is added to the ambient gas. It is shown that the addition of 100ppm TCE to corona discharge reduces discharge current by about 50%. That leads to decrease of OH production.