Cold Front Brings Chance Of Severe Weather To Northeast Oklahoma
TULSA, Oklahoma - Storms will start to develop this evening to the northwest of Tulsa and will pose a risk to become severe. The main concerns will be for large hail and damaging winds. The tornado threat is low but is still something we will be keep a close eye on.
Storms that are discrete will pose the highest risk for producing a tornado. The main window for storms in the metro will be late this evening until around midnight.
Tuesday night, a severe thunderstorm watch was issued for Okmulgee, Osage, Ottawa, Pawnee, Payne, Rogers, Tulsa, Wagoner and Washington counties until 2:00 a.m.
A cold front will be moving through tonight and that will push the strong to severe storms into southeastern Oklahoma for tomorrow morning. A much colder day will be in store for us tomorrow.
Strong north winds will keep temperatures in the morning in the mid-50s, and temperatures will most likely stay in the 50s for the rest of the day. Some locations will have temperatures in the afternoon cooler than their morning temperatures.
Look for showers to linger behind the front around eastern Oklahoma until tomorrow afternoon.
Make sure to download the NewsOn6 weather app to stay ahead of the storms. Grab your jacket for tomorrow!