Severe storms are likely again Wednesday across Oklahoma, according to 2 Works for You Chief Meteorologist Mike Collier.
Storms today would be isolated, but all modes of severe weather are possible, including tornadoes.
Timing: 4-10 p.m. Tornadoes, large hail and strong winds are the main concerns.
The Storm Prediction Center on Wednesday morning upgraded the outlook for the area, which includes Tulsa County.
The Storm Prediction Center just upgraded our outlook to moderate, which includes Tulsa County. All modes of severe weather likely this afternoon and tonight, including tornadoes. Also, more flash flooding! pic.twitter.com/BIqnQfsnfl
— Mike Collier (@MikeCollierWX) May 22, 2019
Stay with the 2 Works for You weather team as we track the storm chances throughout the day.
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