After a break from a line of mainly non-severe storms this morning, we are watching more showers and storms firing up this afternoon along a dryline that is positioned West of Tulsa.
How much sun we get (fuel for the fire) will also help determine how severe the storms may become.
Right now, it looks as though 2-3 p.m. would be a good time frame for thunderstorm development along a line from Kan. down to the Red River west of Tulsa. South of I-40 would be a good place to look for the first storms along that line to form. Strong winds, heavy rain, and even a few isolated tornadoes are possible.
We are committed to keeping you safe and informed, so keep it here! The main severe weather threat will be later this afternoon and evening along the Oklahoma/Arkansas borders and points to the east.
Today: Showers and storms early. A break, then another round of storms this afternoon and evening. Winds: S 20-30 mph. High: 81
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