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Damaging winds, hail possible as storms move in overnight

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Strong storms are possible overnight tonight across Oklahoma.

Through Midnight: A few isolated storms may form in southwestern Oklahoma and begin to push east. Some of the storms may produce large hail and high winds.

Midnight – 8AM: As our upper-level storm system arrives, more storms will likely form along a cold front. Rain is likely over central Oklahoma overnight. Lightning and hail is possible for the start of the OKC Memorial Marathon. Runners, volunteers and spectators should stay tuned to our weather forecasts and pay attention to race updates.

After 10AM: Showers and storms will push east of I-35. Skies will begin to clear around the lunch hour here in OKC. Severe weather will reignite along the Oklahoma/Arkansas border and move east.

Cooler temperatures move in early next week with highs in the 60s and lows in the 40s with a strong northwesterly/northerly wind.

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