OKLAHOMA CITY - Severe storms from overnight will move east and the next wave is moving in Thursday morning. 

Severe storms started Wednesday in southwest Oklahoma with multiple severe weather reports and multiple tornado reports. Tornadoes were reported mainly in central, southern and southwest Oklahoma. Heavy storms will continue Thursday morning in the metro.

The dry line will charge east and approach central Oklahoma around noon. Storm chances will continue until it passes to our east. The greatest threat for severe weather will shift into eastern Oklahoma Thursday afternoon and evening.  

A Tornado warning was issued for Pontotoc and Seminole County at 8:30 a.m. Severe thunderstorm warnings were issued for Oklahoma, Pottawatomie, Seminole, Hughes, Carter, Garvin, McClain, Murray and Hughes County, Thursday morning. 

Rain and severe storms will gradually push into eastern Okla. Thursday afternoon. A cool front will push into northwestern Oklahoma late Thursday and across the state overnight.  Showers/thunder might develop along the front overnight east and southeast of central Oklahoma.  Beautiful weather returns Friday and will last into next week. Another system arrives next Wednesday with a chance of rain.