The highest tornado risk will be in the general vicinity of the boundary of last night's rain-cooled air with the very unstable air to the south. Here is the current location of the boundary.
An hour or two after the tornadoes, the thunderstorms should morph into a complex with widespread large hail and damaging winds.
Damaging Wind Outlook
The hatched area is where winds of 75mph or more may occur. Obviously, widespread power failures, tree damage, etc. will occur in areas that receive winds of that intensity. This threat includes Wichita, Oklahoma City, Wichita Falls and Dallas-Ft. Worth. The probabilities refer to winds of 60 mph or more.
Large Hail Outlook
The probabilities refer to 1" or larger and the hatched areas expected to experience 2" or larger hailstones. Put your car in the garage.
The severe weather threat migrates south and east tomorrow.