If you want to know how things look behind the scenes, here’s a Facebook recap from Monday night. Grab a cup of coffee…the forecast is detailed in the first 10 minutes.

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Short version: watch for a couple of storms in far NW OK late Tuesday afternoon/evening and then again Wed afternoon/evening. A better area for severe storm formation is in SW OK late Wed and some of those, if they develop, have the best probability of producing a tornado. Then we’ll monitor trends to see if those will work into the OKC metro area by, or shortly after dark. Thursday is a close call with the dryline moving into the OKC metro. So storms, if they develop, would be either just in town or in the SE 1/3rd of the state from Tulsa to Ardmore. -AT

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