Severe thunderstorms developed along a boundary Tuesday afternoon, producing big hail, strong winds and a chance of tornadoes for central Oklahoma.

The state saw several funnels, including this one near Guthrie. Bob Mills SkyNews 9 got a terrific look at it:

 

Earlier in the evening, large hail fell in the Piedmont area. According to information from the National Weather Service, people in Piedmont were reporting car damage and broken windows from hail.

This was the forecast from earlier in the day:

Tuesday is another day to be weather aware. Ingredients are coming back into place for severe weather.

Large hail, damaging winds, and tornadoes will be possible.

The question is, how many storms form? The cap may be strong and could limit the number of storms. That would be great! However, the potential is there for several supercells to develop along the dryline. These will be monitored very closely.

Wednesday the cold front swings in, and the severe threat move to southeast Oklahoma. After Wednesday, the jet stream overhead becomes weak.

We will have several days of storm chances next week, but the tornado threat really goes away!

Stay with News 9, we'll keep you advised.