Severe Storms Possible Overnight Friday Across Northeast Oklahoma

Apr 23, 2021

Credit National Weather Service

Be prepared for severe weather across Green Country overnight Friday.

The National Weather Service expects a line of storms to roll through overnight starting around 8 p.m. The greatest threat for severe storms will be in a bowing line mainly south of I-40, but at least a few severe thunderstorms are expected along the I-44 corridor.

Hazards for the Tulsa area include damaging wind gusts up to 60 mph, large hail up to half-dollar size and heavy rainfall that could cause flash flooding.

South of I-40, there's potential for isolated tornadoes along the line of storms.