Models up to to this point have indicated a very strong CAP (inversion) in place preventing storm formation with the possible exception of far NE OK after 5pm and then along a cold front stretching from near Tulsa to Purcell after 7pm. However, tonight the latest model produces storms along the front in C OK right in the OKC metro between 5-6pm. If that happens a tornado threat would accompany them for a couple of hours as the storms move south. However models are horrific at forecasting CAP strength, so hopefully tomorrow morning we’ll be close enough to get a better handle on it. I’ll update via Facebook Live around 9:30am. -AT
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