Damaging winds up to 70 mph and golf ball size hail are possible Sunday.
Storms will develop across the Texas panhandle and move into far northwest Oklahoma potentially between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. These storms will move into western Oklahoma this evening with the chance of damaging winds and some hail. The storms will quickly weaken as they approach central Oklahoma.
#MothersDay is in the middle of May, so it's hard to avoid storms completely. Highest chances in Oklahoma are out west. Some severe storms with a hail and wind threat. Tornado threat is very low today. Storms likely fizzle before making it to OKC. #okwx @NEWS9 pic.twitter.com/BcoYojzeDW— Matt Mahler (@themahler) May 13, 2018
Central Oklahoma will see an increase in storm chances for Tuesday and Wednesday.
Storm chances increase over the next 3-4 days across the area. First out west tomorrow & Monday but central Ok gets into the act Tuesday & Wednesday. Some areas across the state will see over 1-2" of rain by Thu. #okwx @news9 @tornadopayne @themahler @CassieHeiter pic.twitter.com/2JzjkRRqdk— Justin Rudicel (@ChasingtheMeso) May 13, 2018
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