Flash flood warning in effect for parts of central Oklahoma

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The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning until 12:15 a.m. for:

  • Southwestern Lincoln County
  • Southeastern Oklahoma County
  • Northwestern Pottawatomie County

Heavy rain has already fallen across central parts of the metro but storms are expected to continue to move through the state for the remainder of the day.

So far, several parts of the state have already received several inches of rain.

As the storms move from the northwest to the southeast, warm moist air will keep the rain falling.

Click here to watch the storms on live radar.

However, a cold front following those storms could kick off another round of thunderstorms on Wednesday evening.

A flash flood watch is in effect for portions of central, east central, southeast, and southern Oklahoma

Rainfall totals will generally range from 1-3″ with a few local totals to near 4″.

Street and creek flooding will be likely, so be sure to turn around, don’t drown!

Cool weather and sunshine will finish out the work week with a great weekend on tap; expect highs in the mid to upper 80s.

Stay with NewsChannel 4 and KFOR.com for the latest.

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