9:45pm Severe Weather Update

Let's begin with the rain that fell over the last 24 hours:
Some areas received 2.5" inches (yellow) of rain or more. Some of these same areas may receive heavy rains overnight which raises the potential for flooding.

AccuWeather Regional Radar at 9:35pm shows strong thunderstorms southeast of Dodge City and across northern Oklahoma. The Oklahoma storms are migrating to the north.

By midnight, I expect strong storms to be located between the Oklahoma border and U.S. 54 with very heavy rains, areas of hail and high winds, and a slight chance of a small tornado or two.
Above is an experimental radar forecast for 12 midnight. Strong winds are also possible with the storms in the Texas Panhandle and northwest Oklahoma.

The severe thunderstorm watch continues for the region until 3am.
This will be my last update for the night. Thanks for reading!


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