An area of Showers & Heavy thunderstorms moved across portions of Northern/NE Oklahoma overnight and continue to push SE and will weaken through the morning hours.   I expect more scattered storms to develop by the late afternoon hours across the far Eastern TX panhandle into Western/NW and North Central Oklahoma.   The primary threats will be large hail between Golf Ball & Tennis ball size as well as damaging winds in excess of 70 mph.    The atmosphere is not especially favorable for Tornadoes today that’s not to say that we won’t see a  isolated Tornado or two in the two highlighted areas in the map at the bottom (Most likely time would be between 5-9 pm)

Keep in mind strong to severe storms are possible just about anywhere within the Marginal (Nearly the entire state) or Elevated Risk zone after 3 pm.

Go about your Easter plans just remain weather aware!    Have a blessed Easter Sunday!   -Todd

Current Regional Radar at 8:30 AM. Clusters of Showers & Heavy Thunderstorms continue to move SE out of portions of Northern/NE Oklahoma.

Severe Weather Outlook for Easter Sunday

HRRR Future radar for 8 pm this evening. Scattered Strong to Severe storms will be possible across mainly far Western into North Central OK. The most likely area to see an isolated Tornado between 5-9 pm is highlighted in the two red boxes.

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