Latest vis sat pic not really too exciting so far. Officially a slight risk for severe weather later this afternoon and this evening. Right now I'm thinking if t'storms fire up the over all coverage will be rather low. But it only takes one thunderstorm in the wrong place at the wrong time to interrupt your day.
Close look at latest observations from the Oklahoma Mesonet shows a weak frontal boundary ( I mean weak!) extending from just north of Durant west northwest to north of Duncan and then continues west northwest into west central Oklahoma but is very hard to define. There is a slight wind shift and dew point gradient along the boundary. With temps into the 80s and dew points into the 60s the air is unstable and any thunderstorms that manage to develop late this afternoon / evening have the potential to produce some severe weather. The main threat is large hail, damaging winds, lightning and locally heavy rainfall. If thunderstorms form they will drift generally north and east and develop west so very hard to track.
Here's a link to a high res short range forecast computer model called the RUC. It shows random thunderstorms forming next few hours near this weak boundary but chances are low in any one place. FYI this computer model isn't that accurate. Then why show show it you ask? Because it's the best tool I have right now to show you what MIGHT happen. RUC!