More Flooding Possible After Storms Leave Northeast Oklahoma
TULSA, Oklahoma - Heavy rain and thunderstorms have moved out of eastern Oklahoma, but the upper level portion of this storm system could bring additional showers back later Wednesday afternoon and evening.
Some locations across Osage, Washington and Nowata counties have already picked up 2 to 3 inches of additional rainfall which prompted several flood warnings Wednesday.
Those flood warnings will expire Wednesday afternoon, but a flash flood watch will remain in effect until Thursday morning.
Soils are saturated and any additional rain could cause run-off and flooding issues.
The rest of Wednesday will be cool, damp and windy. Wind gusts out of the north behind a cold front will be from 25 to 30 mph. Highs today will only be in the upper 50s and low 60s.
A few cloud breaks will be possible Wednesday afternoon and skies will start to clear out overnight.
Northeast Oklahoma will see improving conditions into the weekend and give residents a chance to start drying out!