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OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) — The threat of severe weather returns to Oklahoma Tuesday afternoon.

There will be a LOW tornado threat with these storms.

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The primary risk will be for large hail, damaging winds and flooding rainfall.

Here is the timeline for the storms:

Storms will develop across Western Oklahoma Tuesday afternoon. The severe threat will begin around sunset (7-8pm).

The storms will move into the OKC Metro/I-35 Corridor around 9-10pm.

It looks like the peak intensity of severe weather will be around 12am Tuesday Night/Wednesday morning.

The storms will then race into Eastern Oklahoma and clear out by sunrise Wednesday morning (and yes, there will even be a chance of snow in the Panhandle).

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