TULSA, Okla. — Large hail and damaging winds are possible across the state on Wednesday, forecasters say.
2 Works For You Chief Meteorologist Mike Collier says the highest risk for storms will be in the late afternoon and evening mostly south of Interstate 40 and northwest of Tulsa in Creek and Pawnee counties.
“Very large hail in the 2- to 3-inch diameter range is possible with any sustained supercells that develop and is the greatest threat. Damaging straight line winds and isolated tornadoes are also possible,” the National Weather Service in Tulsa reports.
Storms are a possibility through Thursday morning as a cold front moves through the region.
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