The circulation over Osage County, Oklahoma has weakened substantially in the last few minutes. In fact, it is not really even visible any longer on radar (see below):
If you look closely, the small red dot to the West of Fairfax is where the circulation was indicated on radar about 20 minutes ago. This storm is still capable of large hail and strong winds and is moving East to East/ Northeast at 30 mph.
Meanwhile, further Southeast, thunderstorms continue to develop on a widespread basis across the northern half of Tulsa, on Eastward across the northeast corner of the state. Very heavy rain and marble sized hail are the greatest threats (other than lightning) with this activity at present.