TULSA — FOX23 NEWS102.3 KRMG Chief Meteorologist James Aydelott says a few rounds of storms could move our way during the day Monday. The main risk is wind and hail.
The higher risk of severe weather begins by mid-afternoon and will stick around through the evening.
Aydelott says tornadoes and flooding will be the main threat with this round.
The third risk may develop Tuesday morning, with small quick spin-up tornadoes possible.
Today is the anniversary of the massive E-F5 tornado that hit Moore, killing 24 people in 2013.
Among those killed were seven young children at Plaza Towers Elementary.
Many schools closed ahead of the storms. Click HERE for a complete list of school closings.
Broken Arrow school leaders say students may be picked up after 1:30 p.m. without an attendance penalty.
Governor Kevin Stitt is urging Oklahomans to be prepared for severe weather across the state, including strong tornadoes, damaging winds, very large hail, heavy rainfall, and flash flooding.