Severe threat in southeast Oklahoma Friday

Monitoring a severe threat for all of Green Country Saturday PM/Night
Posted at 3:14 AM, May 23, 2024

TULSA, OKLA- — A slight chance of a strong to severe storm tonight, but most of us will remain dry with lows in the mid/upper 60s

A cold front will sweep through tomorrow bringing a chance of showers and thunder during the morning commute, mostly north. The cold front will be moving through southeast Oklahoma in the afternoon with the chance of more storms developing at that time. Some severe weather may be possible near/south of I-40 until the front clears the region Friday evening.

Another risk of severe weather returns Saturday PM into Saturday night, but there is some uncertainty on how storms will evolve. The highest threat will likely be in western and central Oklahoma Saturday afternoon and evening with those storms eventually moving into eastern Oklahoma late in the evening into Saturday night. As of now, all treats do look possible, and expect some more fine-tuning as we get closer.

Other than just a slight storm chances early Sunday, they rest of your Memorial Day weekend looks great! Expect some chop on area lakes with gusty winds each day.

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