A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect until 9:00 pm for northern and northeastern Oklahoma. The watch does NOT include the OKC metro area, but does come as close as Kingfisher and Logan counties. The main threats with any storms that develop will be some hail and wind gusts to 65 mph.
Right now there are strong storms in southern Kansas, moving southeast at 40 mph. These will likely affect parts of the northern Oklahoma before supper time.
The chance for thunderstorms will stay in the forecast for much of the week. We are in a fast jet stream flow with numerous upper level disturbances and weak fronts that will affect Oklahoma. While there can be storms in the state each of the next 5 days, it is unlikely that any one location will have a storm every single day.
Outside of the storm chances, our weather looks warm and humid with highs in the 70s and 80s much of this upcoming week.
See you at 10!