The storms have shown signs of being pulse type thunderstorms where the storms quickly reach peak intensity and then weaken.
The storms have produced some gusty winds in a few locations. On the Oklahoma Mesonet, there was a 47 mph wind gust in Red Rock (Noble County) and a 46 mph wind gust in Weatherford (Custer County).
With weak wind shear present, the storms will likely remain disorganized as they slowly move south; however, isolated stronger storms can’t be ruled out. Gusty winds and heavy rainfall will be the main threats with the possibility of isolated flooding due to the slow movement of the storms.
Make sure to stay-tuned to Eyewitness News 5 as we’ll keep an eye on the storms.