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Thunderstorms Wake Up Green Country

Posted: Updated:'s WARN Interactive Live Radar picture at 6:30 a.m.'s WARN Interactive Live Radar picture at 6:30 a.m.
Pickup crash on Highway 75 in downtown Tulsa. Pickup crash on Highway 75 in downtown Tulsa.
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A line of thunderstorms moved across northeastern Oklahoma early Wednesday producing lots of rain and lightning.

As the storms moved into the Tulsa area, downpours caused some flash flooding and led to several crashes on area highways.

News On 6 meteorologist Alan Crone says none of the storms reached severe limits as they pushed east into Arkansas.

He says additional thunderstorms are in the forecast for later Wednesday and Thursday.

Read Alan Crone's weather blog.

Crone says a cold front located in Kansas and will move into northeast Oklahoma, crossing the Tulsa area by Wednesday afternoon. He says this pattern may allow another storm complex to form Thursday as the front moves to the southeast.

Track the storms with's WARN Interactive Live Radar.

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