I extended risk of an isolated severe storm until 7 p.m.
The main line is well east of us now. Only Fulton & Howard counties reported any wind damage/power outages from that line as it popped over our northwestern counties around midday & tracked over the northern half, then really intensified in the east.
Right now, we have numerous scattered showers & storms in the area that are moving eastward.
Here is why the isolated severe risk will go until 7 p.m.
A core of elevated risk of an isolated tornado is up. This is the "non-tornado supercell parameter". Anything thing greater than 1 signifies increasing risk of a brief tornado not from a supercell or the mesocyclone of a supercell, but from a random individual storm.
The cold air aloft & vorticity will be driving this potential for the next 1.5 hours.
Bulk Richardson Number is running 50-80 over the area. Now, high number nearer to & above 80 favor multi-cell clusters of storms. Numbers close 50 actually favor some supercell structure to a few storms.
Combine that with the NSTP mentioned above with still up to 1500 J/kg of surface CAPE & "isolated severe storm" is still reasonable for a while longer.