FORECAST: Hot and dry Sunday

TULSA - We're tracking an upper level disturbance over the southwestern U.S.  This will track east through mid-week.  Ahead of the system, we will experience hot and dry days with highs in the mid-90s.  The disturbance will bring widely scattered showers and thunderstorms Tuesday into Wednesday.   Temperatures will be a bit cooler on Tuesday and Wednesday with the clouds and rain around.  

A cold front will move through the area early Friday.  This front will bring a chance for storms and cooler temperatures for next weekend. 

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This Afternoon:  Partly cloudy and hot.  Isolated shower/sprinkle possible west of US-75.
Afternoon High: 96°
Wind: S 5-15 mph

Tonight:  Partly cloudy and mild.
Overnight Low: 73°
Wind: S 5-10 mph

Monday:  Partly cloudy and hot.
Afternoon High: 97°
Wind: S 5-15 mph

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