|Date of tornado outbreak:||July 2-3, 2037|
|Duration1:||About a day|
|Maximum rated tornado2:||EF4 tornado|
1Time from first tornado to last tornado
Synopsis - Before the event
In the days leading up to what would eventually become a significant tornado outbreak, the SPC introduced a 15% hatched risk for Oklahoma on June 25, noting that a frontal system and associated dryline were likely to move across the risk area. By June 28, this had become the Day 5 outlook, and the risk was expanded and raised to 30%, covering much of Oklahoma and northern Texas, in anticipation of a trough moving through the region.
On July 1, the SPC introduced a Moderate Risk to their Day 2 Convective Outlook, noting that "Tornadoes, some of which could be long lived or intense, are likely across parts of Oklahoma and northern Texas". Later that evening, the Day 2 Convective Outlook mentioned that "A High Risk is very likely to be issued for parts of Oklahoma tomorrow in anticipation of a widespread tornado outbreak occurring".
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