Additionally, flash flood warning posted for Lawton and environs. Lots of rain (> 2") already w/more on way.
Cold front moving south: areas in the warm air still have high severe wx potential. Cold air, not so much.
SW OK still getting rocked by two supercells. Rotation on each. No definite tornado reports.
Hanging out on tornado-warned storm near Faxon...
Second, more southern storm is now severe as well. Both storms are now organizing/intensifying:
Severe Thunderstorm Warning in effect for Hobart, areas north of Altus, tracking NE... Storms are beginning!
Tornado Watch in effect for SW, Central, and NE OK until 11 pm. Expecting storm development soon:
Well, I'll be! Warm front is actually making its way northward - currently bisecting OKC :
Severe weather threat today - primarily 2-10pm. Tornado potential max over SW & SC OK. Stay weather aware.
But how will this "farm front" affect severe weather potential?
@zorm this can't be good
Storm in Seminole County, nearing Wewoka, starting to look more like a classic supercell on radar
Storm in Seminole County remains severe as it moves off to the east
Severe storms have gone up in Pottawatomie County, south of Seminole & Shawnee, moving northeast...
A Tornado Watch is in effect for eastern and southern OK until 11 pm. Doesn't include OKC or Tulsa.
Isolated storms forming in north central OK...
Always a good sign when your waitress uses a @thelostogle pen @eatatlocal
No svr wx expected but scattered rain will continue over various areas of OK thru sunrise. Generally low rain totals.
Strong storms moving into the west sides of OKC metro. Small hail and winds to 50 mph will be psbl, w/freq lightning
Storms starting to develop in the south metro, moving north and strengthening...
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