We are tracking showers and a few storms this morning as they move to the east. We will be dry for several hours Friday in central Oklahoma with a hot and humid afternoon.
There will be as stationary boundary draped across the state in the afternoon. This could be the focal point for isolated storms. Not everyone will see rain this afternoon, but any storm that forms could produce severe wind and hail with pockets of flooding rains.
Rain chances will be highest Friday night are east of Interstate 35. Look for several dry hours again Saturday afternoon. It will be hot and muggy once again.
Scattered storms will be possible after 4 p.m. Any storm that forms on your Saturday could be strong to severe.
Our team of Storm Trackers will be out, and we will bring you updates.