11:00 PM Oklahoma Weather Update

Severe thunderstorms capable of producing very large
hail…damaging  wind gusts… and isolated tornadoes will be
possible through this  evening. At 11 PM…a nearly stationary
frontal boundary stretched from near  Altus… to Lawton…to
Chandler. Outflow from a line of  thunderstorms in south central
Oklahoma interrupted the continuity  of the front. A dryline
stretched from near Lawton southwest to  Vernon and Crowell Texas.
Thunderstorms were ongoing in south  central Oklahoma from
Walters…to Lindsay…to just west of  Ada…to Coalgate.
Tonight…. thunderstorms are expected to push slowly southeast as
they gradually weaken. A threat of very large hail will
continue  through at least midnight…while development of a low
level jet may  cause an isolated tornado threat to persist.
Flash flooding is  likely occurring in the
Maysville…Paoli…Byars…and Wayne areas  of Garvin and McClain County… as well
as near Walters in Cotton  County. A flash flood threat will
accompany persistent thunderstorms  overnight. By 4
am…temperatures are forecast to fall into the middle 50s  across
northwest Oklahoma…while temperatures should remain mostly  in the
70s south of the stationary front.


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