OKLAHOMA CITY - Severe thunderstorms are possible Tuesday afternoon through the night across central and eastern Oklahoma.

Severe weather will enter the metro area after 4 p.m.  However, the eastern part of the state will see the greatest risk for tornados tonight.

 While instability will be limited due to cloud cover and a capping inversion, wind profiles in the area of an eastward advancing dry line, cold front will be very impressive.  This suggests the possibility of storms capable of obtaining super-cellular characteristics, which would pose the threat of damaging wind, large hail and even tornadoes.

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