It is that time of the year for Oklahoma to see our fair share of thunderstorms.
We’ll start it off early this evening and overnight as the first round moves in from NW OK eastward. Some pockets of wind and hail, but mostly below severe limits.
Additional storms will form across W OK late Monday afternoon and move eastward. Again primarily just wind and hail.
Tuesday will bring more storms in the form of a large squall line moving through from W to E late evening/overnight. Again wind and hail the primary threat.
Wednesday a cold front moves through triggering our last round of storms late afternoon. Wind shear still suggests a mostly wind and hail threat.
As of right now, the wind shear doesn’t appear to be conducive for tornadic activity, but it’s still early and things could change. We’re approaching our peak of the tornado season in Oklahoma so I’ll watch for any changes in that direction and let you know the time and location. So rest easy, I got you! -AT