Severe Thunderstorm Watch is still in effect until 11pm tonight for Northwest Oklahoma. One big storm move through Beckham county, with some golfball size hail near Sweetwater. That storm has since fizzled out. Isolated severe storms are still possible, but there’s a lot of CIN (convective inhibition) the storms will have to fight. Elevated storms could develop overnight once the low-level jet kicks in. Those storms could move into Central Oklahoma if they can hold together.
The greatest risk for the state is tomorrow. As we have mentioned, the best chance looks to be in Eastern Oklahoma, especially the Southeastern part of the state. The cold front should work its way through the metro around noon to early afternoon. Storms will develop ahead of the front, and could be strong to severe. The best chance for severe weather on our area will be in Seminole, Pottawatomie, Pontotoc, Murray and Johnston counties.