Happy Throwback Thursday!
New weather data starting to come in this morning and everything pointing to active weather the next few days. Stay weather aware as we go through the weekend! Here's the latest from the NWS OKC.
Here's todays severe weather risk.
Here's Fridays severe weather risk.
Here's Saturdays severe weather risk.
There will also be a severe weather risk on Sunday from around the I 35 zone east into eastern Oklahoma.
Each day right on through the weekend severe thunderstorms are likely with tornadoes possible! The lowest risk seems to be today with the risk ramping up Friday and Saturday and then shifting east across mainly eastern Oklahoma on Sunday.
Even this close it's too early for the fine details! Please make sure you pay close attention to the weather next few days. If you are traveling or have a job that keeps you on the road it's extremely important to stay in touch with the latest weather conditions with radio or others forms of digital media. Many times injuries / deaths are related to folks driving along highways and interstates blindly into dangerous weather situations. Often times tornadoes don't look like tornadoes and folks drive right into them. Monitor the weather at all times and have a severe weather safety plan ready to go before weather strikes!
Here's the latest hi resolution HRRR computer model run for this afternoon. Although over all todays risk is lower compared to Friday and Saturday I'm expecting more showers and thunderstorms to form out west in the Panhandle and move east into Oklahoma this afternoon / evening. There's a slight risk for severe weather and any heavy rainfall could lead to flash flooding!