Through Sunday night, millions of people in the southern Plains are still at danger from a multiday severe weather threat that includes severe thunderstorms with damaging wind and hail.
The National Weather Service received hundreds of reports of storm damage across Oklahoma on Saturday.
It's possible that similar conditions may prevail during Sunday's round of severe weather.
Sunday will be cloudy with the possibility of thunderstorms developing later in the day.
On Sunday, the NOAA Storm Prediction Center (SPC) predicted a Level 2 out of 5 danger of severe weather from southern Oklahoma and the Ark-La-Tex region into Central Texas.
The SPC has placed the Texas cities of Dallas, Austin, Fort Worth, Arlington, and Plano all at Level 2 risk, out of a possible 5.
Hail was captured on camera falling during Saturday afternoon thunderstorms in Henryetta, Oklahoma.
Sunday brings day two of the potential for half-dollar to golf ball-sized hail.
The SPC has issued a "hatched area" warning for Central and Northeast Texas, where hail greater than 2 inches is possible.
On Sunday, the highest risk of huge hail will be in areas from central Texas to southern Oklahoma.