Just stopped for lunch at Subway in El Reno. Warm front is to our north and north-west - perhaps a double-type structure as evidenced on radar.
I think we might head a bit further north or north-west but we might not have to go far. Initial storms should develop across NW and N Cent Oklahoma on the warm front, and perhaps in W Oklahoma on the dryline. Storm motion south be SE or S today so anything which develops will head this way. After initial supercell development, such a motion with relatively weak low-level flow is likely to mean an upscale growth into a SE'wards moving MCS or two. This could yield a nice shelf cloud if they conglomerate enough.