Following is the early Saturday morning “Hazardous weather outlook” from the National Weather Service Norman Forecast Office: Thunderstorms some strong will affect parts of Oklahoma and western north Texas through tonight.
Showers and thunderstorms will continue to move east today as a cold front moves across the area. Some of the storms this morning could become strong producing wind gusts of 40 mph. Otherwise, locally heavy rain and frequent lightning will be the main impacts. The storms will gradually end from northwest to southeast today and tonight.
Probability of thunderstorms occurring in the NWS Norman County Warning Area: 100 percent.
Probability of severe storms if storms occur: 10 percent.
Other hazardous weather: The locally heavy rain may cause minor flooding of low-lying and poorly drained areas.
Days two through seven, Sunday through Friday:
Thunderstorm outlook: Some lingering showers and thunderstorms could affect parts of Southeast Oklahoma Sunday morning before ending.
Low thunderstorm chances will return late next week across parts of Oklahoma and western north Texas.
Other weather information:
24-hour rainfall map, Oklahoma Mesonet weather network
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