Millions across the central US are under threat of severe storms today
A "potentially significant severe weather event" is forecast for portions of Oklahoma and Texas on Sunday, meteorologists warn.
A level 4 out of 5 "moderate" risk for severe storms has been issued across portions of Oklahoma by the Storm Prediction Center (SPC) for Sunday. This risk covers more than 2 million people across the state, including Oklahoma City and Tulsa.
These severe storms will be capable of producing large hail, a few strong tornadoes (EF2 or stronger), and damaging winds Sunday afternoon and into the overnight hours. These storms are...