FORECAST: Warm & dry in Tulsa tonight but a t-storm chance will last overnight near i-40

TULSA - Showers and a few severe thunderstorms have been firing this evening near a boundary over southern Oklahoma.  The showers and thunderstorms will fade away as we head into the early hours of Wednesday. 

Weak waves of energy will pass through Oklahoma on Wednesday. There might be just enough lift to kick up a few scattered showers or thunderstorms by Wednesday afternoon.

Thursday is still a day that must be watched.  A cold front will slowly make its way across Oklahoma Thursday evening.  If enough destabilization can occur then a few severe thunderstorms will be possible. 

Tonight: T-storms ending south, otherwise Mostly Clear.
Wind: S/E 5-15 mph
Overnight Low: 59°

Wednesday's Hourly Weather:
Partly cloudy, warm. 60°
12pm: Isolated T-storm; 74°
4pm: Sct'd T-storms 80°
Partly cloudy; 76°

Wednesday: Few t-storms possible
Wind: SE 10-25 mph
Rain Chance: 30%
Morning Low: 59°
Afternoon High: 80°

Thursday: Partly cloudy, scattered thunderstorms
Wind: SW 15-25 mph
Rain Chance: 50%
Morning Low: 65°
Afternoon High: 81°


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