Another round of severe weather is moving into central Oklahoma.
Most of central and south-central Oklahoma is under a tornado watch until 9 p.m. And a flash flood watch continues across most of eastern Oklahoma through tonight.
The National Weather Service said showers and thunderstorms are expected Thursday afternoon and evening. With those storms, the National Weather Service says there is a possibility of tornadoes, heavy rain, hail to 4 inches in diameter, strong winds and dangerous lightning as the storms move out of Texas into Oklahoma.
Friday is to become partly cloudy with rain moving out of the state during the morning and highs reaching the upper 50s to upper 60s.
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