A storm with hail is crossing the Red River in Jefferson County.
In Carter, Jefferson and Love be aware of the possibility of baseball size hail and winds of 65 miles per hour.
The hail continues. Just received a report of golfball size hail at Marlow.
“The rapid movement of very warm, moist air from northeast Texas into central Oklahoma provided the fuel to start these storms,” Mike Foster of the National Weather’s Service’s Norman Forecast Office said looking back on the day.
In checking with those making calls from the NWS Norman forecast office, most hail reports have been about quarter size. There have been some golf ball. The largest they’ve received is baseball size.
Yukon schools are still on lockdown. Parents should check when they’ll be released.
Mike Foster, meteorologist in charge, just said “We’ve probably have at least a couple of hours of severe weather left.”
TV is reporting and showing several roofs blown off in Oak Tree.
TV is reporting a large area of hail could hit Deer Creek soon.
A hook is reported near Guthrie but no tornado warning is in effect. Hail is reportedly falling in the area. Langston and Coyle are in line to be hit by the storms.