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Last Map Update: Mon, Apr. 24, 2017 at 8:07:37 am CDT

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An active weather pattern will develop this week with multiple rounds of severe weather, including the potential for heavy rain and flash flooding. A strong cap will remain in place for much of the day Tuesday, suppressing thunderstorm development until early evening as the cap finally begins to weaken. Scattered strong to severe thunderstorms will develop as a cold front moves into northeast Oklahoma. Any storms that develop will have the potential to be supercells with large hail and damaging winds the main threats. Tornado potential is expected to be very limited. The severe threat will continue into the day Wednesday across southeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas before the convective line sweeps east of the area.
A stronger storm system is expected to move into the Four Corners region by late week, with the threat for more widespread and significant severe weather Friday and Saturday. A few elevated storms will be possible as early as late Thursday night and into Friday morning as a warm front begins to lift north. Multiple rounds of severe weather will be possible Friday and Saturday before a Pacific front moves through Sunday morning. Large hail and damaging winds will be likely, especially on Friday, including the threat for tornadoes. In addition, locally heavy rainfall is expected which could lead to flash flooding and additional rises on area rivers. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PLANNING STATEMENT... Continue to monitor future forecasts and outlooks, especially concerning the Friday and Saturday severe weather and flooding potential. Overall timing and specific severe weather threats will continue to be refined.
.Today...Sunny. Highs 71 to 80.
.Tonight...Mostly clear. Lows 50 to 61.
.Tue...Mostly sunny. Warmer. Highs 76 to 91.
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