10:00 P.M. Update

A line of strong to severe thunderstorms has developed to the northwest of the Tulsa metro area.  This line of storms will move in between Midnight and 3 a.m.

The overall tornado threat remains low within the line; however, an isolated tornado is possible with the amount of wind shear present in the atmosphere.  Quarter hail and gusty winds to 60 mph are the primary threats.  Currently there are no watches or warnings in effect across our viewing area.

Drew Michaels

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3 Responses

  1. You mentioned the tornado threat was low but were under a tornado watch with a 40% chance of a tornado. Did it increase or is it still pretty low?

    • Marissa,

      As I mentioned in my previous blog entries, the wind shear is extremely high, so isolated tornadoes are possible.

      Drew Michaels

  2. Isnt that 40% of the whole watch aera ?

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