OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) — There is a slight risk for severe weather with any isolated thunderstorms that develop this afternoon and evening ahead of the dry line central and eastern Oklahoma.

There is a Very low chance but if storms develop severe weather is likely. 

The main threats will be large hail and damaging winds. 

Tornadoes are also possible. But again over all only a very low chance storms actually develop since we are in between storm systems this afternoon and evening. 

The main storm system moves across the state very late tonight into Wednesday morning with a low chance for showers and thunderstorms.

Looks like the biggest severe threat is well off to our east as the storm system continues to move east Wednesday afternoon. 

Behind the dry line Tuesday afternoon and evening extreme fire weather conditions will develop with dry air and very gusty west to northwest winds. 

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