The storm we've been tracking, which is now North of Binger and near Lookeba, is weakening. Radar shows that the storm is "gusting out", as indicated by the white arrows on the right half of the above radar image. This means that the tornadic threat has ended for the time being. We will continue to monitor this storm for signs of reorganization. Gusty winds and hail are still likely with this storm as it moves toward Calumet.
The image below shows one of several tornadoes that were produced by this storm earlier this afternoon...this one near the Wichita Mountains in southwest Oklahoma. Numerous reports of damage have been reported between there and Binger:
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