The GFS backed the system west which has been a trend that should be winding down. I'm really looking forward to the NAM getting a hold of this for comparison purposes.
This has been such an odd weather year for the area and a severe weather event with this much going for it in February is pretty exciting.
AFD from Tulsa NWS
EXPECT LINE OF THUNDERSTORMS TO RAPIDLY DEVELOP ALONG DRY LINE...WITH STRONG TO SEVERE CONVECTIVE LEWP SWEEPING ACROSS ENTIRE FA SATURDAY AFTERNOON INTO THE EVENING HOURS. MODERATE SURFACE BASED INSTABILITY AHEAD OF DRY LINE...COUPLED WITH VERY STRONG DEEP LAYER SHEAR PROFILES...SUPPORT THE POTENTIAL FOR A SIGNIFICANT SEVERE WEATHER EVENT. TIMING/SEVERE WEATHER POTENTIAL WILL CONTINUE TO BE REFINED AND PERSONS SHOULD CONTINUE TO MONITOR THE LATEST FORECAST CONCERNING THE SEVERE WEATHER POTENTIAL THIS WEEKEND.