Where for art thou, winter? Saturday morning lows were in the upper 50s and 60s! And to make it feel more like spring, there are severe storm chances Saturday.
Our first round of non-severe showers and storms will develop Saturday afternoon in central and eastern Oklahoma and move east as the evening goes along.
Between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Saturday, a second round of storms will develop in western and southwestern Oklahoma. These storms will have the potential to become severe with primarily a hail and wind threat. The tornado threat is low but not zero.
This line of storms will grow and move east into central OK overnight. The storms will still be strong, but the severe threat will slowly drop off. You'll need to stay weather aware overnight as the storms will be noisy!
By Sunday morning, the rain and storms move out. Some wrap-around precipitation will be possible in NW Oklahoma tomorrow that may mix with a little snow, but nothing too crazy.
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