FORECAST: Scattered evening thunderstorms then partly cloudy and warm overnight

TULSA - Another thunderstorm creating wave of energy will march across the area from this evening into the early hours of Wednesday.

While widespread severe weather is not anticipated at this time, we cannot rule out a severe thunderstorm or two. Rain and thunderstorms could last into the first part of Wednesday before conditions improve.

Afternoon sunshine on Wednesday could lead to yet another round of rain and thunderstorms Wednesday night and early Thursday. Heavier rain is possible with a cold front that arrives Friday night and Saturday morning.  However, this front will signal a small change in the weather pattern as rain chances seem to be on the decline for the next week.

WEATHER LINKS | LIVE RADAR | 7-DAY FORECAST | ALERTS | CURRENT CONDITIONS | CLOSINGS

Tonight: Scattered evening and overnight thunderstorms.
Rain chance: 60%
Wind: Light southeast
Overnight Low: 64°

Wednesday: Leftover am showers then, warm and humid with Isolated thunderstorms.
Rain chance: 20%
Wind: S 5-15 mph
Afternoon High: 84°

Thursday: Scattered to numerous thunderstorms.
Rain chance: 60%
Wind: S 10-20 mph
Morning Low: 67°
Afternoon High: 79°

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