Oklahoma sees severe storms late Friday night

Storms are moving across Oklahoma after severe thunderstorms were issued for counties in the Sooner State. warning Garfield, Kay, Logan, Noble and Payne counties until 12:30 am Saturday.11: 30 pm Friday Update: The National Weather Service updated the severe thunderstorm warning to say a possible tornado. It is also a severe thunderstorm warning until Garfield, Grant, Kay and Noble counties issued until 11:45 pm The National Weather Service also Garfield County through 11:30 pmDamon says the storms are warning for ping-pong-sized hail and 60 mph winds. . A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect until 6 am Saturday for counties in northeastern Oklahoma. The counties included in the watch are Garfield, Grant, Kay, Lincoln, Logan, Noble and Payne.6: 55 pm Friday Update: The National Weather Service has canceled the tornado watch for several Oklahoma counties. The watch is still in effect for Garfield, Grant, Kay, Noble and Payne counties. 6:05 pm Friday Update: KOCO 5 First Alert Chief Meteorologist Damon Lane and the First Alert Weather Team bring you the latest on the tornado watch issued in Oklahoma. Open the video player above for the latest. 5 pm Friday Update: The tornado watch was issued until 11 pm for Caddo, Canadian, Cleveland, Comanche, Cotton, Garfield, Garvin, Grady, Grant, Kay, Kingfisher, Lincoln, Logan, McClain, Noble, Oklahoma, Payne, Pottawatomie, Seminole, Stephens and Tillman counties.KOCO 5 First Alert Chief Meteorologist Damon Lane says tornadoes could develop Friday in Oklahoma.The tornado index for counties in northern Oklahoma is a 6 out of 10. Counties in the Oklahoma City metro are listed as a 4, meaning the elevated level on the tornado index.The window for tornadoes Friday will be from 4 pm to 10 pm Damon says storms will also be possible after 10, but the risk of tornadoes will be much lower.3: 50 pm Friday Update: KOCO 5 Chief Meteorologist Damon Lane says storms are trying to develop, but the cap is holding.Oklahomans hear the term “the cap” many times during severe weather season. Damon explained what the cap is and why it’s so important. Open the video player below to learn more about the cap. Be sure to download the KOCO 5 App to receive customized weather alerts. You can watch our team coverage on the app, too. >> Check Live, Interactive Radar >> Watch KOCO 5 Coverage >> Download the KOCO 5 App on iPhone >> Download the KOCO 5 App on Android >> “Like” KOCO 5 on Facebook >> “Follow” KOCO 5 on Twitter

Storms are moving across Oklahoma after severe thunderstorms were issued for counties in the Sooner State.

Open the video player above for live updates from KOCO 5 Chief Meteorologist Damon Lane and the First Alert Weather Team.

11:45 pm Friday Update: A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for Garfield, Kay, Logan, Noble and Payne counties until 12:30 am Saturday.

11:30 pm Friday Update: The National Weather Service updated the severe thunderstorm warning to say a possible tornado. It also continued the severe thunderstorm warning for Garfield, Kay and Noble counties until 11:45 pm

11:20 pm Friday Update: A severe thunderstorm warning was issued for Garfield, Grant, Kay and Noble counties until 11:45 pm The National Weather Service

Damon says the storms are warning for ping-pong-sized hail and 60 mph winds.

No tornado warnings have been issued, but counties in northern Oklahoma are still under a tornado watch.

A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect until 6 am Saturday for counties in northeastern Oklahoma. The counties included in the watch are Garfield, Grant, Kay, Lincoln, Logan, Noble and Payne.

6:55 pm Friday Update: The National Weather Service has canceled the tornado watch for several Oklahoma counties. The watch is still in effect for Garfield, Grant, Kay, Noble and Payne counties.

6:05 pm Friday Update: KOCO 5 First Alert Chief Meteorologist Damon Lane and the First Alert Weather Team bring you the latest on the tornado watch issued in Oklahoma. Open the video player above for the latest.

5 pm Friday Update: The tornado watch was issued until 11 pm for Caddo, Canadian, Cleveland, Comanche, Cotton, Garfield, Garvin, Grady, Grant, Kay, Kingfisher, Lincoln, Logan, McClain, Noble, Oklahoma, Payne, Pottawatomie, Seminole, Stephens and Tillman counties.

KOCO 5 First Alert Chief Meteorologist Damon Lane says tornadoes could develop Friday in Oklahoma.

The tornado index for counties in northern Oklahoma is a 6 out of 10. Counties in Oklahoma City metro are listed as a 4, meaning an elevated level on the tornado index.

The window for tornadoes Friday will be from 4 pm to 10 pm Damon says storms will also be possible after 10, but the risk of tornadoes will be much lower.

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3:50 pm Friday Update: KOCO 5 Chief Meteorologist Damon Lane says storms are trying to develop, but the cap is holding.

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Oklahomans hear the term “the cap” many times during severe weather season. Damon explained what the cap is and why it’s so important. Open the video player below to learn more about the cap.


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