Oklahoma has been cooking this week. Temperatures have reached over 100 with the feels-like temperatures close to 110. Severe thunderstorms have also been an issue in the Sooner State, and it looks like more are expected.

It's still hot in Oklahoma.

Temperatures continue to rise in Oklahoma for Thursday, June 27. Heat indices are expected to rise into 103 to 110 degrees in southwest and far southern Oklahoma and north Texas.

National Weather Service in Norman
National Weather Service in Norman

Severe weather has been rampant across northern Oklahoma.

Oklahoma has had a few bouts of severe weather this week and more is on the way. Oklahoma City was hit with straight line winds Tuesday night causing damage throughout the city.

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Tulsa also received huge amounts of rain this week.

More severe weather expected in Oklahoma on Thursday.

Areas of southwest Oklahoma received severe storms during the evening on Wednesday. And it looks like more severe weather is expected for northern and southwest Oklahoma on Thursday.

According to the National Weather Service in Norman, areas of northern, central and southwest Oklahoma are once again expected to see scattered strong to severe thunderstorms Thursday evening. Damaging wind gusts and large hail are the main hazards.

Stay weather aware!

Oklahomans will want to remain weather aware Thursday as storms could pop up at any moment! Follow the National Weather Service in Norman on Facebook and Twitter. And be sure to tune in to your local meteorologists.

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For those without tradition cable television, don't be caught without a reliable source of information for your severe weather updates. There are even options that you can use in the case that you find yourself even without internet access.

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