OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – There is another chance for severe weather across Oklahoma on Wednesday.
Early Wednesday morning, showers and thunderstorms began moving through the state.
Waves of showers and thunderstorms are expected to continue throughout Wednesday into early Thursday morning.
On average, between two and five inches of rain could fall over the next 24 hours.
With all the rainfall, flooding is a big concern, so use caution while traveling.
Most of the state is under a Flood Watch until 12 p.m. on Thursday.
There is also a slight to enhanced risk for severe thunderstorms with damaging winds and large hail. The enhanced risk covers southern and central Oklahoma.
Tornadoes are also possible.
You can also track the watches and warnings.
Have an emergency sheltering plan in place.
According to the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management, if you don’t have a below-ground storm shelter, well-constructed homes and buildings provide life-saving protection from 98 percent of Oklahoma’s tornadoes. Take shelter in a closet, bathroom, interior hallway or other interior room with no windows on the lowest level of the house or building.
The 4Warn Storm Team is tracking the storms in the studio and in-the-field. A host of storm trackers is out keeping an eye to the sky.