As discussed in last night’s Facebook Live video there is a threat for severe storms later this afternoon and evening across the SE 1/3 of OK. Roughly from a line stretching from Tulsa to Norman to Duncan. Along and south of this line (which is the location of the weak cold front) storms will move through. Large hail and damaging winds are the primary threat, along with flash flooding. Wind shear is extremely weak so a tornado would be a rare occurrence.

Here is the latest from the Storm Prediction Center:


Severe weather area. Slight risk.

Low tornado threat.

Low tornado threat.

More rain will move through overnight across the S 1/2 of OK and move out by Thursday morning. Next potential round of severe weather may be on Monday. We’ll talk about that later. -AT

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