- Associated Press - Monday, April 11, 2016

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - Forecasters at the Storm Prediction Center say the southeastern half of Oklahoma could see severe storms.

The worst weather Monday is expected to be in far southeastern Oklahoma, with hail the main threat. High winds are possible, too, and there is also a slight chance that storms could produce a few tornadoes.

A number of storms hit Oklahoma on Sunday, with 2-inch hail falling west of Mangum and north of Byers, and a 90 mph wind gust at Geronimo in Comanche County and a 75 mph wind gust near Hardy in Kay County.

The Storm Prediction Center said an enhanced risk of storms is possible from east Texas into southeastern Oklahoma and central Arkansas. A slight risk of storms reaches from the Gulf Coast to eastern Oklahoma and northwestern Arkansas.

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