Storms bring much-needed rain to Sooner state
The 4Warn Storm Team tracked storms that brought much-needed rain to the Sooner state Tuesday morning.
Thunderstorms have developed across the state while many counties were under severe weather watches and warnings.
Damaging wind gusts up to 70 mph and golf ball size hail were the primary threats.
Luckily only a few areas saw hail, most just got thunder, lightning and some rain.
Severe weather will shift east Tuesday afternoon into eastern Oklahoma and Arkansas.
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