An unsettled weather pattern for the Colorado will lead to a chance for some severe weather in the Oklahoma/Arkansas area late Saturday March 11th, 2023 and through the overnight and into daybreak Sunday, March 12th, 2023. Fortunately daytime high temperatures for The Oklahoma/Arkansas areas will be limited to around 60°F which will help limit the amount of energy needed to produce stronger storms. However, due to the timing of the strongest storms, between 10pm Saturday through daybreak Sunday, this will result in a dangerous overnight storm threat. Best chance for severe weather will be right along the Oklahoma/Arkansas border, where the National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center has issued a slight chance as seen in the map below. Biggest threat during this timeframe will be heavy rains, gusty winds up to 70mph, hail up to 1.5” with a slight chance for an isolated tornado, mainly EF0 to EF1 strength at this time. Sunday will have some lingering showers in the area, however the threat for any severe weather will be minimal at best as high temperatures only reach the low to mid 50’s in the area under partly cloudy skies.