Friday, February 3, 2012

Severe Weather Update - Southern Oklahoma / Northern Texas...

As expected, thunderstorms are redeveloping and/or gaining strength across northwest Texas and southwest Oklahoma at this hour. This trend is expected to continue as the afternoon and evening hours progress, with a threat of severe weather spreading East/Northeastward over time.

Large hail, damaging wind gusts and isolated tornadoes are possible across southern Oklahoma, northwest and northcentral Texas in association with this activity.

I would expect a Tornado Watch to be issued for this region soon...

Further North, strong to locally severe storms are possible by mid to late afternoon as existing activity intensifies and/or new activity moves or develops into the area from the Southwest.  Large hail will be the greatest threat across northcentral and northeast Oklahoma with this activity.

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