The National Weather Service says North Texas and Southern Oklahoma could see an enhanced risk for severe storms this afternoon and into tonight.
Damaging straight line winds and hail are the main threats.
Tuesday Evening: Most of the day will be quiet under partly to mostly cloudy skies.
Next storm maker looks to impact us late Monday into Tuesday and yet again strong or severe storms are possible. Once those storms form though, they'd have all necessary ingredients for large hail, damaging winds and a few tornadoes.
Gusts blowing west to east Wednesday into Thursday could reach 60 miles per hour and do some extensive damage, Clarke said.
A few tornadoes are possible, mainly in south central Oklahoma (Lawton to Ardmore). As clouds break, an isolated shower may develop but coverage will be low today.
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These cities could be affected by this storm: Fordsville, Taffy, Ralph, Dundee, Magan, Deanefield, Narrows, Haynesville, Ellmitch and Bells Run.
We will continue to track the potential of storms closely!
Wednesday: Showers likely and possibly a thunderstorm. That system will bring a better chance of showers and storms. Beneficial rain will fall and put a dent in our drought.
Before we dive into that forecast, lets talk about some nice weather.