DISCUSSION: As the same low-pressure system which triggered a few tornadoes and some decently widespread severe weather across the Central United States continues to slowly slide eastward today, more severe storms are firing up. The combination of persistent warm-air advection, storng vertical wind shear, and the presence of the strengthening low-pressure system itself has facilitated the formation of a number of supercell thunderstorms as of the last 60 to 90 minutes across Central Oklahoma! This particular storm (captured within the RadarScope screenshot below) shows the very dangerous storm (which in a short time already has produced a strong and life-threatening tornado) is currently just to the southeast of Wynnewood, Okalhoma and is moving to the east at around 25 MPH! Take shelter if you are in the path of this storm or alert friends/family immediately! For more on this and other high-impact weather events from across the United States, click here!