A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for western Oklahoma

A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for western Oklahoma

Sunday brings a severe weather threat to Oklahoma that could include the threat of hail and tornadoes. >> Check Live Radar | KOCO weather page | Get KOCO on the go 2:45 p.m. Sunday update: KOCO 5 Chief Meteorologist Damon Lane says the threat of severe weather won’t start until after 4 p.m. A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for parts of western Oklahoma. The tornado risk remains mainly west of Interstate 35. Update 10 a.m. Sunday: KOCO 5 Meteorologist Taylor Cox says we’ve already seen some rain this morning, and it will continue into the early afternoon hours. These showers can produce an isolated thunderstorm, but should not be severe. The severe weather threat will begin around 3-5 PM in western Oklahoma, and scattered thunderstorms will extend to the east during the evening hours. Storms are expected in the Oklahoma City metro and across Interstate 35 from 6 to 9 p.m. before moving into the eastern part of the state. Storms can produce 70 mph winds and golf-ball-sized hail, and the risk of tornadoes and flooding is low. Tornado Index 4 out of 10. Surrounding areas are at risk 2 out of 10. Northwest and north-central Oklahoma are also at risk for damaging winds of 60-70 mph. Most of the state could experience winds of 50 to 60 mph. Taylor explains when you can expect severe weather in your area. Open the video player above for the latest schedule. Be sure to download the KOCO 5 app to receive personalized weather alerts. You can watch our team’s coverage on the app too. >> CHECK CLOSURES >> CHECK LIVE & INTERACTIVE RADAR >> Watch KOCO 5 coverage >> Download the KOCO 5 app on iPhone >> Download the KOCO 5 app on Android >> “Like” KOCO 5 on Facebook >> “Follow” KOCO 5 on X

Sunday brings a severe weather threat to Oklahoma that could include the threat of hail and tornadoes.

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Update Sunday 2:45 PM: KOCO 5 Chief Meteorologist Damon Lane says the threat of severe weather won’t start until after 4 p.m. A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for parts of western Oklahoma.

Tornado danger remains mainly west of Interstate 35.

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Updated at 10 a.m. Sunday: KOCO 5 Meteorologist Taylor Cox says we’ve already seen some rain this morning, and it will continue into the early afternoon hours. These showers can produce an isolated thunderstorm, but should not be severe.

The severe weather threat will begin around 3-5 PM in western Oklahoma, and will expand to scattered thunderstorms eastward during the evening hours. Storms are expected in the Oklahoma City metro and across Interstate 35 from 6 to 9 p.m. before moving into the eastern part of the state.

Storms can produce 70 mph winds and golf-ball-sized hail, and the risk of tornadoes and flooding is low.

Areas ranging from near Lawton to Woodward, Alpha, Enid, Ponca City and the edges of Stillwater and Oklahoma City have a tornado index of 4 out of 10. Surrounding areas are at a risk of 2 out of 10, Taylor says.

Northwest and north-central Oklahoma are also at risk for damaging winds of 60 to 70 mph. It could get winds of 50-60 mph across most of the state.

Taylor explains when you can expect severe weather in your area. Open the video player above for the latest schedule.


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