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There is an enhanced risk for severe storms on Friday from Southeast Oklahoma/northeast Texas eastward to western Alabama. All hazards will be possible including large hail (some very large), damaging winds, and a few tornadoes.

Strong to severe thunderstorms are still possible Friday afternoon into the evening. ⛈️ The greatest risk for severe weather is across south central and southeast Oklahoma and adjacent parts of north Texas. Be sure to stay weather aware tomorrow! #okwx  #texomawx 

Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible Friday afternoon into the evening. The greatest risk for severe weather is across south central and southeast Oklahoma and adjacent parts of north Texas. #okwx  #texomawx 

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Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible Friday afternoon into the evening. The greatest risk for severe weather is in south central and southeast Oklahoma and parts of north Texas. The main threats are large hail and damaging winds. #okwx  #txwx  #texomawx 

Scattered light rain showers are possible across all but far western Oklahoma this morning, with an isolated weak storm possible across southeast Oklahoma. Skies will clear late this morning and this afternoon, from west to east. Much warmer and breezy Friday. #okwx  #texomawx 

Showers and thunderstorms are expected Friday into Friday night. Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible across southeast Oklahoma Saturday along with elevated to near critical fire weather conditions across western Oklahoma and adjacent parts of north Texas. #okwx  #texomawx 

There will be a chance of some showers across south central and southeast Oklahoma this afternoon and evening. More widespread showers are expected Friday/Friday Night. Warmer temperatures are expected again Saturday. #okwx  #texomawx 

Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible tomorrow (Friday), especially across southeast/south central Oklahoma and adjacent parts of north Texas. #okwx  #texomawx 

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A cold front will move across Oklahoma and northern Texas on Thursday. A few strong storms may develop near the front in southeast Oklahoma during the afternoon and early evening. Rain chances increase Thursday night into Friday. #okwx  #texomawx 

A mild weather pattern is expected for the next several days. Rain chances return on Wednesday for southeast Oklahoma, and then for the rest of the area Thursday into Friday. #okwx  #texomawx 

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Thunderstorms may begin to form Friday morning, followed by a gradual increase throughout the day. Threats with the most intense storms include damaging winds and large hail. A tornado or two is possible, especially by late afternoon and evening across southeast Oklahoma.

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The most likely area to see severe storms will be south central and southeast Oklahoma Friday afternoon and evening. #okwx  #texomawx 

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Rain will be expanding northeastward into southwest Oklahoma through the evening, then eventually across most of Oklahoma by tomorrow. Rain will continue into Friday before exiting to the southeast. #okwx  #texomawx 

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