Today, we'll continue to get battered with strong and severe storms. We've had some storms in the morning moving to the east, and we'll continue to see more activity flare up throughout the afternoon.
The main threats will be damaging winds in excess of 60 mph, large hail, and heavy rain up to an additional 2 inches. Isolated tornadoes cannot be ruled out, but that threat is more likely south of Fort Smith [AR].
The storms will come in waves throughout the afternoon along a cold front. The activity should subside as we head into the overnight hours. The strong threat of storms will shift east throughout the night, finally ending leading into Wednesday.
The rest of the week features small rain chances with temperatures near average - in the upper 70s.
KSPR Meteorologist Lindsey Slater