Rain chances possible starting middle of next week

Large hail, isolated tornadoes possible, risk increases on Wednesday

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Southwestern parts of the state are under a slight risk for large hail and damaging winds through Tuesday night.

That risk area includes southern sides of the metro.

Storm chances are low due to a strong cap but a few isolated severe storms will be possible over southwestern Oklahoma.

The risk for severe weather increases on Wednesday.

Southern and western parts of the state are listed under a slight risk for very large hail, damaging winds and even the possibility of a tornado.

An ‘increased slight’ risk surrounds the border of the metro.

A moderate risk is in effect for central and northern parts of the state, including Oklahoma City, Stillwater and Ponca City.

A few supercells may develop near the dryline over central Oklahoma.

Very large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes will be possible during the afternoon and evening hours on Wednesday.

A slight risk for severe weather on Thursday will be across eastern Oklahoma.

Stay tuned for the latest forecast. We will keep you 4Warned!