Good Tuesday afternoon,
Not much in the rain gauge around Tulsa overnight and this morning.
A couple of spots picked up a quarter of an inch of rain.
Here are rainfall amounts from some of the reporting stations around Green Country.
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We should get more rain Wednesday, but what about severe thunderstorms? Let's talk about that in today's blog.
From what I have analyzed so far today, the best chance of any strong or severe thunderstorms will come in a small window tomorrow evening and that's if we can get any breaks in the cloud cover..
Any morning rain will likely keep a cap on temps as they struggle to reach the low 70s. The rain will likely keep the atmosphere stable, unless we see some sunshine. If the sun pops out then there could be a few pockets of unstable air that develop.
So with the unseasonably moist air in place, stronger winds aloft and some daytime heating, we could have a few strong to severe thunderstorms tomorrow later afternoon and evening.
Here is the latest slight risk map issued by the Storms Prediction Center.
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If you want updates on tomorrow's forecast, follow me on Twitter @TheBrettAnthony or Facebook. Have a great evening.
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