Storms will be ongoing throughout the day across Oklahoma tomorrow, with the potential for a few to produce hailstones up to severe size (quarter-size or so). ?

Taking a look at forecast soundings tomorrow reveals that the instability tomorrow will be concentrated above the cool surface layer for the most part. There is just enough wind shear for some meager storm organization tomorrow.

The peak of the severe weather risk tomorrow may be after dark when more upper lift arrives thanks to a passing system aloft.

Further west, snow will impact the higher elevations of Colorado and New Mexico as cold air filters in behind this system. We’re certainly in the cool season, and there’s a slight chance a big shot of arctic air could bring winter conditions down onto the lower elevations sometime after Thanksgiving.