Oklahoma severe storms could bring large hail, damaging winds, low tornado risk

Another round of severe storms is expected to move into Oklahoma this evening, bringing the potential for hail, damaging winds and a low tornado risk.

Here's what we know about the timing of the storms and what areas could be affected.

Storms to move into Oklahoma Thursday evening

Most of Oklahoma is under a "slight" risk for severe thunderstorms Thursday, according to the National Weather Service offices in Norman and Tulsa.

In western Oklahoma, storms will most likely start between 5 and 10 p.m., with storms likely starting around 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. in south-central and central Oklahoma.

Those storms could bring up to baseball size hail and 60 to 80 miles per hour winds.

Will there be tornadoes in Oklahoma today?

In addition to the hail and winds, there is a "low" risk for tornadoes in western Oklahoma and a "very low" risk in central Oklahoma, including the Oklahoma City metro area.

Severe weather chances continue on Saturday

The National Weather Service in Norman said its meteorologists are especially paying attention to the severe weather risk for Saturday afternoon and evening.

According to the National Storm Prediction Center, much of Oklahoma is under an "enhanced" risk for severe thunderstorms Saturday.

"All severe hazards are possible, including a couple strong tornadoes, damaging gusts and large to very large hail," according to the center.

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This article originally appeared on Oklahoman: OKC weather Thursday could include hail, tornadoes, see radar