Red Flag Warning for most of state, severe storms possible Wednesday, Thursday

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***A RED FLAG WARNING has been issued for western and central Oklahoma until 10 p.m.***

Get ready for another scorcher!

Record-breaking heat is likely with highs in the mid-to-upper 90s in central Oklahoma with triple digits in western parts of the state.

OKC's record today is 92 degrees set back in 1918.

These hot temps combined with strong winds and low humidity will elevate our wildfire danger.

Expect winds out of the south/southwest around 20-40 mph.

As an upper level storm system approaches, storm chances will increase.

A few storms may fire along the dryline tomorrow, mainly in central Oklahoma.

Severe weather is possible with the main threats of large hail and damaging winds.

Beneficial rain is expected tomorrow night through Thursday morning.

Severe weather is possible Thursday depending on the amount of sunshine (instability) during the day.

Large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes are possible in the afternoon and evening hours for central and eastern Oklahoma.

Stay tuned for the latest!

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