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Tornado Watch in Effect Through 12 AM for Central and Eastern Oklahoma

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Last Map Update: Sat, May. 27, 2017 at 11:53:38 pm CDT

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Severe storms will be possible this afternoon into the overnight hours. Very large hail and damaging winds will be the primary hazards. There is a medium risk of tornadoes with any discrete storms late this afternoon and evening in south central Oklahoma.
There is an increased risk of flooding this evening, likely highly localized, across portions of south central and southeastern Oklahoma, as storms may slow overnight.
Storms will develop along a cold front pushing in from Kansas this evening, continuing south and southeastward across the region.
The second scenario would be storms develop on the dry line in southern Oklahoma and potentially as far south as north Texas. This would be earlier storm timing, but there is a strong cap across southern Oklahoma.

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