Just a quick note that we are seeing ample clearing along the dryline in Western Oklahoma down into NW Texas as we approach 1 p.m. Further south and further north, there are still ample clouds, with storms firing anew across/north of the outflow boundary in Central Texas.

Current thinking is that ongoing precip will likely reinforce the cold front and OFB with cold air. This might help lower the overall severe threat in both locations, with large hail being the primary threat. In Western Oklahoma, you could see a damaging winds threat develop with a linear segment, along with large hail with initial storms near the dryline. Overall, the tornado risk today is not zero, but remains low for all areas.