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Last Map Update: Sat, May. 27, 2017 at 7:59:42 pm CDT

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The atmosphere will become extremely unstable ahead of the surface low and front, with severe storms rapidly developing across northeast Oklahoma by late afternoon or early evening. More isolated severe storm development is possible to the south along the dryline across southeast Oklahoma. Supercells will initially be possible with hail to the size of softballs and destructive winds in excess of 80 mph. A few strong tornadoes will also be possible, especially where storms can interact with existing boundaries, such as a potential outflow boundary from convection north of the region. Thunderstorms will become more linear tonight, with one or more convective bands sweeping southeast across the remainder of eastern Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas during the overnight hours. Damaging winds will become the main threat although a limited tornado threat could persist. In addition, heavy rainfall will be likely in the stronger storms and localized flash flooding could become a concern.
.Tonight...Thunderstorms and rain showers likely. Lows 59 to 72.
.Sun...Partly sunny. Highs 74 to 84.
.Sun-Night...Mostly clear. Cooler. Lows 52 to 64.
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