News 9 meteorologists warn residents in much of Oklahoma to prepare for another day of severe weather that could bring tornadoes and baseball-sized hail.
Severe storms began erupting across the metro around 2 p.m. News 9 meteorologists warn residents should expect supercells – or rotating thunderstorms – to develop and move east northeast.
Much of eastern Oklahoma has an enhanced risk of severe weather, while various parts of central, northern and southern Oklahoma have a low, moderate or high risk.
The severe weather comes a day after storms pummeled Oklahoma, killing two people; one person in Shawnee and the other in Little Axe. Forecasters say Monday's scenario will look a lot like Sunday's.
The National Weather Service says emergency management personnel and storm spotters should plan for severe weather from 1 p.m. until midnight.