From KFOR:

Our main storm system arrives this evening sparking severe storms, mainly after 10PM through the early morning hours.  Large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes are possible. Flooding is a huge concern, especially for central, southern and eastern Oklahoma where a flood watch is in effect until Sunday. Cold air and powerful north winds will rush in behind the cold front for tomorrow with highs in central and western Oklahoma in the 40s and 50s.  Eastern Oklahoma will see highs in the 70s where severe storms are possible.

You can check the live radar below, and be listening to this iHeartRadio station for updates from the 4Warn Storm Team. 

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