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Here Comes The Rain... Again

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Scattered strong to severe thunderstorms are expected to develop
north and west of the area by late afternoon or early evening. This
activity could move into portions of northeast Oklahoma this
evening into the overnight hours with a limited severe threat.
Damaging winds will be possible in the stronger storms and to a
lesser extent large hail. Brief heavy rainfall could also cause
localized flooding.


Thunderstorm chances will continue for much of the week as a series
of upper level disturbances traverse the region in southwest flow
aloft. A stronger upper wave will begin to move out of the desert
southwest and into the southern plains Wednesday into Thursday.
The threat for heavy rainfall will increase substantially toward
the middle to latter part of next week, leading to a more elevated
threat of flash flooding as well as severe weather.