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*** SEVERE WEATHER IS EXPECTED SEVERAL DAYS THIS WEEK. STAY 4WARNED. ***

Strong storms will move into central Oklahoma overnight. This is round two of a powerful system.

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The storms will move east into central Oklahoma overnight.

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Large hail and damaging risks will be the main threats but an isolated tornado can’t be ruled out.

We will have a break Wednesday afternoon before our next storm arrives.

Severe storms are likely Thursday, especially for the western half of the state.

Large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes are possible.

The severe weather risk will shift to central and eastern Oklahoma Friday.

Heavy rain will develop Friday through Sunday and flash flooding will be possible with 3″+ rain in the forecast.