We’ve picked up 1-3 inches of rain across much of Oklahoma and are expecting another 1-3.
Flooding is a concern throughout the day Tuesday.
On Tuesday morning, please use caution on the roads.
Remember, turn around don’t drown!
We are watching a line of storms in southwest Oklahoma that is moving to the northeast.
Along this line, winds up to 60 mph and dime-size hail are possible.
The low-level winds are feeding into this line and we have to watch for small areas of spin.
For Tuesday morning, areas like this could produce a brief and a weak tornado is not out of the question.
On Tuesday afternoon, it will be warm and unstable in the southeast.
Severe storms will be possible from noon to 10:00 p.m.
The threats Tuesday afternoon will be quarter to golf ball-size hail, winds up to 65 mph and a brief tornado.
Trackers will be out through the day. Stay with News 9 and we will keep you advised.
6:57 a.m. Update: A Flash Flood Warning has been issued for Cleveland and Oklahoma County until 10:00 a.m. Tuesday.