9:45pm Update - Last of Night

Here is the AccuWeather Regional Radar at 9:40pm.
We continue to get numerous reports of wind damage with these storms. There is a tornado threat in northwest Oklahoma (scroll down) that will continue for at least another two hours. There is a chance of a very brief tornado along the leading edge of the line in south central Kansas.

There are complete weather updates just below. The storms are likely to produce wind gusts of 70 mph or more, scattered areas of hail up to 1.5 inches and extremely high rates of lightning. Flash flooding is possible in the counties near the Oklahoma-Kansas border.

Note: Damaging winds are possible on both sides of this line of storms. Do not consider yourself safe until the storms have completely cleared your area.

Safety rules are below, scroll down.

It has been a very long day so this is the last update of the night. 


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