The Latest Forecast for Tulsa and Northeast Oklahoma

A weak weather disturbance is crossing the southern and central plains at midday.  This weather maker will lead to some scattered showers across northeastern Oklahoma.

The best time frame for the rain will come between 4 and 8pm with rain showers tapering off 9pm.  While there doesn't appear to me a severe weather threat.  We could still experience a couple of lightning strikes near or south of Interstate 40. 

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The system will move in Arkansas tonight and tomorrow morning and behind it we will see cooler temperatures with northwesterly breeze, but 80s look to be on the way starting Thursday.

As for now, showers and thunderstorms will be with us for the upcoming holiday weekend. We'll keep you posted.

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Here is the latest forecast:

Today: Scattered rain showers, thunder possible. 
Afternoon High: 78°
Wind: S 5-15 mph
Rain Chance: 60% (PM)

Tuesday: Chance for showers in the morning, otherwise some afternoon sunbreaks; cooler.
Overnight Low: 56°
Afternoon High: 70°
Wind: NW 10-20 mph
Rain Chance: 20% (AM)

Wednesday: Partly cloudy skies.
Overnight Low: 49°
Afternoon High: 72°
Wind: NW 10-15 mph
 

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