Strong to severe storms possible Saturday night

Cheryl Sanders
October 22, 2017

The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for all of northeastern Oklahoma until 2 a.m.

A cold front will move though with the line of severe storms. They say the best time frame for severe weather would be between 7 and 11pm Saturday with strong to damaging winds appearing to be the main threat.

The Storm Prediction Center in Norman has Tulsa and Oklahoma City in the "enhanced" category for severe weather on Saturday. Risks for severe weather are expected to increase Saturday evening, including potential for severe thunderstorms, high winds and heavy rainfall. Our free News On 6 weather app is one quick and easy way to make sure you receive timely alerts for your area as severe storms develop.

Here is when you can expect showers and storms where you live.

Any lingering storms will exit the region by late Sunday with the next chance of any storms not arriving until possibly next Friday with another cold front arriving in the region by the end of next week.

Today's high will be about 80 degrees, with highs dropping into the low 70s during the early part of the coming week.

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