Storms with large hail and strong winds are moving across Oklahoma

Storms with large hail and strong winds are moving across Oklahoma

Severe weather prompted at least two tornado warnings as storms moved across Oklahoma on Saturday. >> Check Live Radar | KOCO weather page | Get KOCO on GoKOCO 5 Weather event coverage has ended. Click here for the latest Oklahoma weather news. 12:10 a.m. Sunday update: First warning for KOCO 5 Chief Meteorologist Damon Lane says he doesn't see much tornado risk for the viewing area for the rest of the night, but severe storms' risk is for hail. Update Saturday 11:55 p.m.: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning is in effect for Seminole, Holdenville and Wewoka until 12:30 a.m. Sunday. 11:38 PM Saturday Update: KOCO 5 First Alert Chief Meteorologist Damon Lane says storms moving into Weuka and Holdenville are producing apple-sized hail. Update Saturday at 11:30 p.m.: While the tornado warning has been dropped for Seminole County, a devastating storm is moving through Seminole County into Weuca. KOCO 5 First Alert Chief Meteorologist Damon Lane says 3 inches of hail and 70 mph winds are moving into the city. 11 PM Saturday Update: A tornado warning has been issued for Seminole County until 11:30 PM 9:45 AM Saturday Update: It won't happen It doesn't feel like the first day of fall as Oklahoma will see higher temperatures and the threat of storms Saturday evening. The Oklahoma City metro could see highs approaching 95 and a heat index approaching 101. Along with summer-like temperatures, Oklahoma could see some extreme weather. The highest risk for storms is in northeastern Oklahoma near Bartlesville and Tulsa, where there is an enhanced Level 3 threat, Meteorologist Steve Carrano says. The Oklahoma City metro, which runs north-south to Ponca City and Armadour, faces a slight Level 2 risk, and the stretch from Enid to Lawton a marginal Level 1 risk. Steve says hail and strong winds are the main threats, and an isolated tornado could appear in northeastern Oklahoma. Steve explains when to expect storms 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 Closings >> Check the Interactive Live 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 Twitter

Severe weather prompted at least two tornado warnings as storms moved across Oklahoma on Saturday.

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Update Sunday 12:10 AM: KOCO 5 First Alert Chief Meteorologist Damon Lane says he doesn't see much tornado risk for the viewing area for the rest of the night, but the risk of severe storms is hail.

11:55 PM Saturday Update: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning is in effect for Seminole, Holdenville and Wewoka until 12:30 a.m. Sunday.

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11:38 PM Saturday update: KOCO 5 Chief Meteorologist Damon Lane says storms moving into Weuka and Holdenville are producing apple-sized hail.

11:30 PM Saturday Update: While a tornado warning has been dropped for Seminole County, a devastating storm is moving through Seminole County into Weuka. KOCO 5 Chief Meteorologist Damon Lane says 3 inches of hail and 70 mph winds are moving toward the city.

Updated Saturday at 11pm: A tornado warning has been issued for Seminole County until 11:30 p.m

Updated Saturday 9:45 AM: It won't feel like the first day of fall as Oklahoma will see rising temperatures and the threat of storms Saturday evening.

The Oklahoma City metro could see highs approaching 95 and a heat index approaching 101. Along with summer-like temperatures, Oklahoma could see some extreme weather.

The highest risk for storms is in northeastern Oklahoma near Bartlesville and Tulsa, where there is an enhanced Level 3 threat, Meteorologist Steve Carrano says. The Oklahoma City metro, which runs north and south to Ponca City and Armadour, faces a slight Level 2 risk, and the line from Enid to Lawton faces a marginal Level 1 risk.

Steve says hail and strong winds are the main threats, and an isolated tornado could develop in northeastern Oklahoma.

Steve explains when to expect storms in your area. Open the video player above for the latest schedule.


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