Wind, Hail, Tornado, & Flooding Threats Return to Oklahoma Wednesday

KOKH-OKC - May 4, 2022 6:14 am

T-storm and severe weather chances quickly return to the forecast for your Wednesday. In the morning, expect scattered storms with an isolated wind and hail threat. The greater storm chances lift into North and Central OK during the afternoon and a few could be heavy or strong.

T-storms increase along with a Slight to Enhanced Risk for severe weather from 6 pm until 1 AM. There is significant potential for storms to produce hail up to baseballs, 60-80 mph winds, tornadoes, and flash flooding. 

Storms and local flooding possibilities continue through mid-morning Thursday.

On the average, 2-5″ of rain is expected and a Flood Watch is posted through the afternoon.

Please pay attention, plan ahead, and have multiple ways to get your watches and warnings.

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