A line of storms continues across Oklahoma and Arkansas up into Missouri. Throughout the rest of the afternoon, a plethora of severe threats are possible, including a couple of tornadoes, damaging straight-line winds, large hail, and flooding rainfall.

Any isolated and dominant supercells further south and east will pose the greatest tornado threat throughout the day. Any supercells that remain isolated or on the edges of the clusters still carry a threat of large hail and a few tornadoes due to increasingly favorable wind shear conditions over time. However, low-level wind shear remains relatively weak at the present time, limiting overall storm organization at low levels. Shear should increase into the late afternoon, and the tornado threat will rise with it.