Tornado warning issued in western counties; severe storms rolling into South Plains

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A few of the storms could produce severe weather in the form of large hail and strong winds.

The severe threat will persist overnight as another round of storms moves through between 2-4 AM. A few tornadoes are also possible, especially across southwestern Oklahoma. A better chance of storms develops across northern, central and eastern Oklahoma this afternoon. Severe storms could impact central IN after 9 p.m.

A flood warning is in effect for Sedgwick County and southwestern portions of Butler County until 1 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.

The NAO is bombing out which means major surface storm will develop and hit the Northeast this weekend.

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Primary threats from the storms include 70 miles per hour wind gusts and two inch hail. Additional hazards include a chance of golf-ball-size hail.

Cloudy skies throughout today will keep our high temperatures on the cooler side again in the mid 70s.

Thursday will feature more scattered storms across Central Texas, and has officially been declared a First Alert Weather Day. Nice weather is expected to continue into early next week as weak high pressure remains in place.

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