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More severe storms expected Tuesday night in Texoma

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Published: Apr. 28, 2020 at 8:40 AM CDT
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The News 12 Weather Authority Team says Texoma is under a moderate (4 out of 5) threat for severe storms Tuesday evening.

Chief Meteorologist Steve LaNore has the latest on tonight's threat.

Here's what we're facing and when we expect it to show up tonight.

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While we saw our largest one-day tornado outbreak ever last week, our meteorologists say straight-line winds of 80 miles per hour and large hail are the primary threats for Tuesday evening, although an isolated or embedded tornado or two cannot be ruled out.

The Moderate Severe outlook has shifted westward to include most of Texoma. Damaging winds up to 65 mph, lagre hail and a few tornadoes maybe possible along the line of thunderstorms expected this evening.

Posted by KXII-TV on Tuesday, April 28, 2020

All of Texoma can expect strong to severe storms to develop along a cold front arriving Tuesday evening.

Severe Storm Timing

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The latest computer models show storms developing in the northern parts of the KXII viewing area Tuesday evening.

Storms developing in Northwestern Texoma around 7:30 pm

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During this time isolated supercell thunderstorms are possible, which will be the likeliest time we would see any tornadoes.

Storms moving SE between I-35 and 69/75 around 9:30 pm

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Models show a squall line forming along the cold front late Tuesday evening. Damaging straight line winds and large hail will then become the primary threats, but embedded tornadoes are also possible.

Storms moving along and to the east of 69/75 around 10:45 pm

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