The above image was just taken from the OKC area radar. Intense, supercell thunderstorms continue in a broken line extending from southwest of Wichita Falls to just northwest of Oklahoma City to a larger cluster of storms from near Enid to near Guthrie.
The northern cluster of storms is moving East/Southeast at 25 mph, while the more isolated storms further South are moving toward the East at 30 mph.
Any one of the isolated storms is capable of producing very large hail and a tornado. The cluster of storms could also produce large hail and an isolated tornado.
Meanwhile, further East, a larger area of rain and embedded thunderstorms continues over northeast Oklahoma. The stronger storms from near Pryor to Wagoner could produce small hail and strong, gusty winds. This activity is moving East at 20 mph.
Tornado Watches continue for much of the region through this evening.