T-storm chances return tonight
Some could be strong to severe
Our main upper level low that’s been sitting across the southwestern United States is ready to head our way starting tonight. As that gets underway, a dryline is stretched out from southeastern Colorado down through the Oklahoma Panhandle and into western Texas. That setup will trigger severe t-storms for parts of western Texas and southwestern Oklahoma late this afternoon and going into tonight. That part of the Plains has the better chance for severe t-storms with hail, wind and tornadoes all possible.
For us, some of those t-storms will start working into our area after 3 or 4 o’clock Thursday morning. The Storm Prediction Center does have a slight risk of severe t-storms clipping our corner of northeastern Oklahoma (areas closer to Tulsa). This evening looks dry, but we will see the t-storms to our southwest start to work in early Thursday morning. As of this afternoon, those incoming storms could be strong to severe with wind and hail being the primary concerns.