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Oklahoma severe weather produced hail, damaging winds and small tornadoes, storms move out overnight

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Today will be warm, muggy and windy with highs soaring to the lower 80s under partly cloudy skies with a strong south wind.

Storms will fire along the dryline in western Oklahoma and race east into central Oklahoma.

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The storms will then move into eastern Oklahoma where heavy rain and damaging straight line winds will be the main concern.

Storms will move out of the state tonight.

Wednesday will be dry, breezy and slightly cooler in the 70s.

Our next storm system moves in for Friday.

Severe weather and heavy rain will be possible.

Cooler temps will follow for the weekend.

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