TULSA, Oklahoma - There's a chance for severe weather for northeastern Oklahoma Thursday.

News On 6 meteorologist Alan Crone says thunderstorms producing damaging winds, large hail and the possibility of tornadoes are in the forecast.

Crone says a cold front is expected to push into western Oklahoma Wednesday and move into eastern Oklahoma Thursday.

He says storms could develop in front of a dry line as it crosses northeastern Oklahoma.

You can follow the storms as they develop Thursday with NewsOn6.com's WARN Radar.

The News On 6 Weather Team also has free apps for your iPhone or Android phone so you can keep up with the latest weather forecasts and radar information.