Oklahoma sees severe storms overnight

Severe storms moved into Oklahoma overnight and into the early hours of Thursday morning. Below is an ongoing blog about the severe storm threat in the Sooner State. Open the video player above to see meteorologist Damon Lane’s latest forecast. 4:15 a.m. Thursday update: A severe thunderstorm will hit parts of north Johnston, southeast Pontotoc and southeast Murray counties through 4:45 a.m. 3:50 a.m. Thursday update: A severe thunderstorm will hit parts of southwest Johnston, southeast Carter and northwestern Marshall counties until 4:15 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Thursday update: Authorities have canceled the severe thunderstorm watch for a handful of Oklahoma counties. They also continued the watch for the following counties: Carter, Garvin, Johnston, Love, Marshall, Murray, Pontotoc, Pottawatomie, and Seminole. 3:25 a.m. Thursday update: Authorities say a strong thunderstorm will hit parts of Love counties and southeast of Carter 3:45 a.m. 2:42 a.m. Thursday update: Tornado warning lifted. 2:35 a.m. Thursday Update: A tornado warning has been issued for Jefferson County. The alert is scheduled to expire at 3:00 a.m. Thursday at this time. 2:25 am Thursday Update: Thunderstorms are moving across central Oklahoma and ice, sleet and freezing rain are moving across northwest Oklahoma. The strongest storm in the state at this time is near Rush Springs, Ninnekah and Duncan. 2:00 a.m. Thursday Update: We’re tracking thunderstorms in central and western Oklahoma. We have not received any severe thunderstorm warnings. There are signs of snow turning to sleet near Ponca City. 01:30 Thursday Update: Thunderstorms continue, but the risk of severe weather remains low. The severe weather window will remain open for a few hours. There is a cluster of storms over central and eastern Oklahoma. 1:15 am Thursday update: There are no severe thunderstorm warnings yet as of Thursday morning, but the potential remains Tornado risk has greatly reduced for Central Oklahoma. 12:20 p.m. Thursday Update: Storms continue west of Interstate 35. There are still no severe thunderstorm warnings. Snow is beginning to make its way into central parts of western Oklahoma. 12:00 p.m. Thursday Update: The chance of rain is increasing throughout the subway. The storms are not strong yet. Hail is still a risk and the threat of tornadoes is still there, but it’s fairly small. Be sure to download the KOCO 5 app to receive custom weather alerts. You can also check out our team coverage in the app >> Check Live Interactive Radar >> Watch KOCO 5 Coverage >> Download KOCO 5 App on iPhone >> Download KOCO 5 Download App on Android>> Like KOCO 5 on Facebook>> Follow KOCO 5 on Twitter

Severe storms swept across Oklahoma overnight and into the early hours of Thursday morning.

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A tornado warning was briefly issued for a county in southern Oklahoma, but has since been lifted. Below is an ongoing blog on the Severe Storm Threat in the Sooner State.

Open the video player above to watch meteorologist Damon Lane’s latest forecast.

4:15 a.m. Thursday Update: A strong thunderstorm will hit parts of counties north of Johnston, southeast of Pontotoc and southeast of Murray by 4:45 a.m

3:50 a.m. Thursday Update: A strong thunderstorm will hit parts of southwest Johnston, southeast Carter and northwest Marshall counties through 4:15 a.m

3:30 p.m. Thursday Update: Authorities canceled severe thunderstorm watch for a handful of Oklahoma counties. They also continued the watch for the following counties: Carter, Garvin, Johnston, Love, Marshall, Murray, Pontotoc, Pottawatomie, and Seminole.

3:25 a.m. Thursday Update: Authorities say a strong thunderstorm will hit parts of Love and southeast Carter counties by 3:45 a.m

02:42 Thursday Update: The tornado warning has been lifted.

2:35 a.m. Thursday Update: A tornado warning has been issued for Jefferson County.

The alert is set to expire at 3am Thursday at this time.

2:25 a.m. Thursday Update: Thunderstorms move across central Oklahoma and ice, sleet and freezing rain move across northwest Oklahoma.

The strongest storm in the state at this time is near Rush Springs, Ninnekah and Duncan.

2:00 a.m. Thursday Update: We’re tracking thunderstorms in central and western Oklahoma. We have not received any severe thunderstorm warnings.

There are signs that the snow is turning to sleet near Ponca City.

1:30 a.m. Thursday Update: Thunderstorms persist, but the risk of severe weather remains low. The severe weather window will remain in place for a few hours.

There is a cluster of storms over central and eastern Oklahoma.

1:15 a.m. Thursday Update: There are still no severe thunderstorm warnings on Thursday morning, but the potential remains.

Tornado risk has greatly reduced for Central Oklahoma.

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12:20 p.m. Thursday Update: Storms continue to rage west of Interstate 35. There are no severe thunderstorm warnings yet.

Snow is beginning to make its way into central parts of western Oklahoma.

12:00 p.m. Thursday Update: The chance of rain is increasing throughout the subway. The storms are not severe yet.

Hail is still a risk and the threat of tornadoes is still there, but it’s fairly small.


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