Tracking Storms Late Wednesday Into Thursday

Tracking Storms Late Wednesday Into Thursday

Kerry Wise
April 18, 2019

Storms expected to develop in northwest Oklahoma Wednesday afternoon will move into Oklahoma City after 4 p.m., the National Weather Service reported.

The storms, expected to organize Wednesday afternoon across the southern Plains, will become more widespread in the evening and into the night.

Large hail, damaging winds and an isolated tornado are all possible late Wednesday afternoon and evening.

Our next bout with strong storms in the Brazos Valley may wait until many of us are sleeping.

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However, the weather is looking very ugly Thursday. Strong winds are also possible, along with the risk of a few tornadoes.

The threat for severe storms stretches from San Antonio all the way north to Oklahoma City and southern Kansas. As far as thunderstorm outlooks go, the is essentially "level 2 of 5" for severe weather concerns, although they have been known to be conservative in the extended range.

Lingering rain will be ongoing for Thursday morning.

With this being the first decent chance for spring season severe thunderstorms, the National Weather Service has compiled information to help people manage their stress during the storms. The Deep South faces a "slight risk" (Level 2 of 5) of severe storms, the Storm Prediction Center said. Large hail and damaging winds are the main threats, but locally heavy rain and a tornado will also be possible.