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Severe storms with potential tornadoes and hail are moving across Oklahoma, according to meteorologists.

There are currently two severe thunderstorm warnings and a tornado watch in effect.

The threat of severe weather and tornadoes is expected to be highest in southern Oklahoma where there is a lot of unstable air.

There has been heavy rain in the Oklahoma City area, with some areas receiving up to an inch or more.

Storms are moving from central to eastern Oklahoma, and there are concerns about a storm that has been warned for golf ball-sized hail and strong winds.

Field meteorologist Michael Armstrong is keeping a close eye on the storm and has reported a lot of dust blowing, caused by the rear flank of the storm.

Although there is no imminent tornado threat, the storm is strengthening and could bring strong gusts of wind.

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