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Severe Storms Possible Late Saturday Afternoon into Saturday Night

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Last Map Update: Fri, May. 26, 2017 at 9:45:37 am CDT

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A few severe storms may develop and move into parts of western OK. Large hail and strong winds are the main concerns.
Severe storms will be possible Saturday afternoon, mainly after 3 PM, into the overnight hours. Highest chances for storms will be over the southeastern-half of Oklahoma and parts of north Texas.
Hot temperatures are expected this afternoon, especially in parts of southern Oklahoma and north Texas. If you plan on spending an extended period of time outdoors, stay hydrated and take frequent breaks.
Triple digit temperatures will be possible again Saturday. If you plan on being outdoors, take steps to prevent heat related illnesses.

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