FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA) - Strong to severe thunderstorms may develop across parts of Kansas and northern Oklahoma on Friday afternoon mainly north and west of Tulsa.
The storms may then become organized into a line of storms by Friday night. If this occurs, the best chance for storms will be north of Interstate 40.
Some of these storms will have a low potential to become severe, with the primary threat of damaging winds as they move through the area late Friday night into Saturday morning.
For a look at the weather forecast, click here.
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