UPDATE: 7:05 p.m.
A second round of thunderstorms developed early Saturday night, producing a tornado warning for Major County. The storm also produced large hail from Fairview to Alva. Here's coverage from Chief Meteorologist David Payne:
Storrms will move across northern, central, western and southwest Oklahoma beginning Saturday afternoon and are expected to last through the night. Larger storms will develop this evening and tonight with mainly a wind and hail threat.
During the day temperatures will be mostly hot and muggy.
OKC: Mostly just hot and muggy during the daylight hours. Storm chances stay low around sunset and increase after 10 PM. Looks like our first 90 degree day in OKC since September 21st of last year! #okwx @NEWS9 pic.twitter.com/W3XRO4Tgd0— Matt Mahler (@themahler) May 19, 2018
OKC: Mostly just hot and muggy during the daylight hours. Storm chances stay low around sunset and increase after 10 PM. Looks like our first 90 degree day in OKC since September 21st of last year! #okwx @NEWS9 pic.twitter.com/W3XRO4Tgd0
There will be severe weather in the form of some large hail and damaging wind gusts.
The storms are expected to begin in the metro around 6 p.m. with the best chance being after 10 p.m.
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