Taking a final look at today’s storm activity. Our linear transition is well underway in the Plains with some scattered supercells still ongoing as we move into the nighttime hours. Expect the line across Oklahoma to fill in to the north and east as the cold front surges south. Big hail is still possible and there is still a very, very low risk of a tornado — but the overall threat is beginning to shift to damaging winds along the line as it passes your location.

The linear segment in Oklahoma shows gust front separation from the threat, which looks slightly lower than we expected. However, winds within the stronger cores could still reach 60-70mph in small areas.

Overall only one storm prompted a tornado warning for a brief time so far with no confirmed tornadoes. Hail sizes have been big at times. It’s a typical low-end severe weather day in the Spring for the Plains!