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The National Weather Service In Tulsa Has Extended The * Flood Warning For... Central Sequoyah County In East Central Oklahoma... * Until 215 Pm Cdt Monday * At 200 Pm Cdt, Emergency Management Reported That Several Roadways Remain Flooded. Some Roadways May Remain Closed Into Monday ...Read More.
Effective: August 13, 2017 at 2:09pmExpires: August 14, 2017 at 2:15pmTarget Area: Sequoyah

MULTIPLE ROUNDS OF SEVERE WEATHER ARE EXPECTED OVER THE COMING DAYS WITH THE MOST SIGNIFICANT COMING ON SUNDAY

Thursday Evening:  A few strong to severe storms are possible in the Eastern TX/ OK Panhandles into SW KS and far Western OK.  Primary threats will be isolated pockets of hail/damaging winds in excess of 60 mph. (These storms will likely form into a squall line and move across Oklahoma overnight Thursday into Friday AM) 

Thursday Night into Friday AM: Scattered Heavy to marginally severe storms are possible from West-Central into Central and Southern OK. Thankfully though due to timing it should limit the overall threat.  Some isolated hail, damaging winds are not totally out of the question.   It also appears should be linear (Thus that would negate OR greatly limit any Tornado threat) 

Friday PM:  A few scattered strong to severe thunderstorms are possible from Northern , Central into Eastern OK.  Hail, Damaging winds will be the primary concerns, however an isolated Tornado cannot be ruled out.   

SUNDAY:   Is shaping up to potentially be a volatile weather day across portions of Oklahoma into North Central TX.   A potent storm system will push into Oklahoma during the day on Sunday with a sharpening dry line along or just near US Highway 81. Ample instability, combined with increasing moisture and a highly sheared environment with result in scattered Supercells forming by late afternoon.  (Around or after 3 pm down along the Red River valley in South Central OK into portions of Northern TX)   As we go later into the evening this area could become prime for tornadic supercells.    ALL MODES of severe weather are possible including large damaging hail up to baseball size, damaging winds in excess of 70 mph and a few Tornadoes. (Especially in and near my enhanced risk zone)       

Please, Please remember today is ONLY Tuesday and things can and likely will change in some respect with this forecast.  So don’t panic we do this every year in Oklahoma!  Just remain weather aware over the next few days for the very latest information.  

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