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Southern Oklahoma/Northern Texas Overnight Storms

A large thunderstorm complex has developed across southwestern Oklahoma down through northwestern Texas. This complex is propagating towards the ESE, and is expected to continue to advance towards the ESE overnight. A well-defined outflow boundary, from thunderstorms earlier in Oklahoma, lies across the Red River Valley. This outflow boundary will sustain (coupled with the low-level jet) and will guide the thunderstorm complex into the I-35 corridor during the early morning hours on Friday. The highest rain chances are along and west of I-35, but locations east of I-35 will see scattered thunderstorms too. Heavy rainfall and isolated damaging winds are the main threats.
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