When thunderstorms form into a solid line, the potential for wind damage often becomes rather widespread. A tell-tale sign of likely damaging winds on radar is the "bow echo" or a bowing segment that occurs within the line.
The image above was just taken from the Vance AFB radar near Jet, OK. I have placed 4 white arrows on the image, identifying bowing segments within the overall line of storms (click to enlarge). Wind gusts of 70 mph were recently reported near the Northern-most three arrows.
As the evening progresses, watch for similar bowing segments within the line of storms. That is almost always where the strongest winds are taking place.
P.S.: Special note to 'The Planet Pink', one of my most loyal blog followers - I apologize for the derogatory reference to red & pink bows in the title of this post....but it seemed to fit the situation...