The Latest Forecast for Tulsa and Northeast Oklahoma

The combination of a storm over Minnesota and a cold front draped across Oklahoma will mean a chance for scattered showers through the evening hours Tuesday.

Rainfall amounts should remain light and the severe weather threat is very low.  However, we cannot rule out random lightning strikes that can be very dangerous.  

Thanks to abundant cloud cover, temperatures will remain in the upper 60s to around 70 this afternoon.

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The cold front moves to the east of the area tonight and we should see gradually clearing skies.  This coupled with lighter northwest winds will lead to temperatures falling back into the upper 40s over much of Green country tonight.

After a cooler than average middle of the week, temperatures on Friday will soar into the low 90s.  As a cold front approaches Friday evening, there will be a chance for a few isolated thunderstorms, but a better chance of thunderstorms should form Saturday afternoon.

At this point, the best  chance for strong or severe thunderstorms may be found over far eastern, southeastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas.

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Here is the latest forecast:

Today: Cloudy, scattered rain showers. 
Afternoon High: 68°
Wind: N 5-15 mph
Rain Chance: 30% (PM)

Tonight: Gradually clearing and cooler.
Overnight Low: 48°
Wind: NW 5-15 mph

Wednesday: Partly cloudy skies.
Afternoon High: 70°
Wind: NW 10-15 mph

Thursday: Sun,cloud mix. 
Morning Low: 50°
Afternoon High: 82°
Wind: S 10 - 20
 

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