Monday, January 30

Tornado watch issued for several Oklahoma counties


The threat of severe storms, including a risk for tornadoes and large hail, returns to Oklahoma after heavy rainfall Monday morning.Open the video player above for live team coverage.>> Related: How to personalize, use KOCO 5 app to stay safe during severe weather Below is a running live blog for Monday’s severe weather in Oklahoma. KOCO 5 will update this story throughout the day. 4:30 pm Monday Update: Sky 5 captured the moments when tornadoes spun up and touched down Monday afternoon near Omega in Kingfisher County. Open the video players below to watch.4:15 pm Monday Update: A tornado warning was issued for Blaine and Kingfisher counties until 5 pm4:05 pm Monday Update: A severe thunderstorm warning was issued for Alfalfa, Blaine, Garfield, Kingfisher and Major counties until 4:45 pm3:58 pm Monday Update: The National Weather Service canceled the tornado warning for Alfalfa County and continued it for Major County until 4:15 pm3:53 pm Monday Update: A tornado warning was issued for Blaine and Kingfisher counties until 4:45 pm3:50 pm Monday Update: A severe thunderstorm warning was issued for Alfalfa, Grant and Major counties until 4:30 pmThe National Weather Service also issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Blaine and Kingfisher counties until 4:30 pm3:45 pm Monday Update: KOCO 5 First Alert Storm Chaser Shane Helton tracked a lowering near Fairview, which is under a tornado warning until 4:15 pm Open the video player below to see.3:30 pm Monday Update: A tornado warning has been issued for A lfalfa and Major counties until 4:15 pm3:15 pm Monday Update: A severe thunderstorm warning was issued for Alfalfa, Major and Woods counties until 4:15 pm3:05 pm Monday Update: A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for Alfalfa, Major , Woods and Woodward counties until 3:45 pm 2:45 pm Monday Update: Storms are popping up in northwestern Oklahoma.KOCO 5 First Alert Chief Meteorologist Damon Lane says the atmosphere is very unstable, but no warnings have been issued. 2:05 pm Monday Update: A tornado watch was issued for several counties, including in the Oklahoma City metro, until 10 pmThe watch was issued for Alfalfa, Blaine, Caddo, Canadian, Cleveland, Custer, Dewey, Garfield, Grady, Grant, Hughes, Kay, Kingfisher, Lincoln, Lincoln, Logan, McClain, Major, Noble, Oklahoma, Payne, Pottawatomie, Seminole, Washita, Woods and Woodward counties. 1 pm Monday Update: KOCO 5 First Alert Chief Meteorologist Damon Lane says the risk for tornadoes will include a large portion of the state. Storms will be isolated early on, and the tornado risk will be highest across Oklahoma – where the tornado risk is an 8 out of 10 for the areas near Medford, Ponca City, Enid and Perry. As storms move east and then south, they will form into a line where strong tornadoes are still possible. Damon says the tornado index is a 6 for a lot of the state, including the Oklahoma City metro. The tornado risk will diminish to the south and later into the evening. 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

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The threat of severe storms, including a risk for tornadoes and large hail, returns to Oklahoma after heavy rainfall Monday morning.

Open the video player above for live team coverage.

>>Related: How to personalize, use KOCO 5 app to stay safe during severe weather

Below is a running live blog for Monday’s severe weather in Oklahoma. KOCO 5 will update this story throughout the day.

4:30 p.m. Monday Update: Sky 5 captured the moments when tornadoes spun up and touched down Monday afternoon near Omega in Kingfisher County. Open the video players below to watch.

4:15 p.m. Monday Update: A tornado warning was issued for Blaine and Kingfisher counties until 5 pm

4:05 p.m. Monday Update: A severe thunderstorm warning was issued for Alfalfa, Blaine, Garfield, Kingfisher and Major counties until 4:45 pm

3:58 p.m. Monday Update: The National Weather Service canceled the tornado warning for Alfalfa County and continued it for Major County until 4:15 pm

3:53 p.m. Monday Update: A tornado warning was issued for Blaine and Kingfisher counties until 4:45 pm

3:50 p.m. Monday Update: A severe thunderstorm warning was issued for Alfalfa, Grant and Major counties until 4:30 pm

The National Weather Service also issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Blaine and Kingfisher counties until 4:30 pm

3:45 p.m. Monday Update: KOCO 5 First Alert Storm Chaser Shane Helton tracked a lowering near Fairview, which is under a tornado warning until 4:15 pm Open the video player below to see.

3:30 pm Monday Update: A tornado warning has been issued for Alfalfa and Major counties until 4:15 pm

3:15 p.m. Monday Update: A severe thunderstorm warning was issued for Alfalfa, Major and Woods counties until 4:15 pm

3:05 p.m. Monday Update: A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for Alfalfa, Major, Woods and Woodward counties until 3:45 pm

2:45 p.m. Monday Update: Storms are popping up in northwestern Oklahoma.

KOCO 5 First Alert Chief Meteorologist Damon Lane says the atmosphere is very unstable, but no warnings have been issued.

2:05 p.m. Monday Update: A tornado watch was issued for several counties, including in the Oklahoma City metro, until 10 pm

The watch was issued for Alfalfa, Blaine, Caddo, Canadian, Cleveland, Custer, Dewey, Garfield, Grady, Grant, Hughes, Kay, Kingfisher, Lincoln, Lincoln, Logan, McClain, Major, Noble, Oklahoma, Payne, Pottawatomie, Seminole , Washita, Woods and Woodward counties.

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1 p.m. Monday Update: KOCO 5 First Alert Chief Meteorologist Damon Lane says the risk for tornadoes will include a large portion of the state. Storms will be isolated early on, and the tornado risk will be highest across Oklahoma – where the tornado risk is an 8 out of 10 for the areas near Medford, Ponca City, Enid and Perry.

As storms move east and then south, they will form into a line where strong tornadoes are still possible. Damon says the tornado index is a 6 for a lot of the state, including the Oklahoma City metro.

The tornado risk will diminish to the south and later into the evening.

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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

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>> “Like” KOCO 5 on Facebook

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