FORECAST: Hit and miss thunderstorms are possible Sunday

TULSA - A warm front will lift north across the area tonight.  This warm front, combined with some upper level energy will bring a few thunderstorms to the area tonight and Sunday.  The highest rain chances will hold off until after midnight.  Outside of storm areas, skies will be partly cloudy, and it will be warm and humid.

We will start off the work week on a hot and humid note, before a major weather change takes place on Tuesday.  A cold front will move into eastern Oklahoma and will stall out.  This will result in cooler temperatures and a high chance for showers and thunderstorms on Tuesday and Wednesday.  Flooding will be a concern as some locations will receive over 4 inches of rain.

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


Overnight:  Partly cloudy, mild and humid with widely scattered thunderstorms.
Rain Chance:  40%
Wind:  SE 5-10 mph
Overnight Low:  72°

Sunday:  A mix of sun and clouds.  Widely scattered thunderstorms.  It will be very warm and humid.
Rain chance: 40% am...30% pm
Wind:  South 10-20 mph
Afternoon High:  91°

Monday:  Partly cloudy, breezy, very warm and humid.  Thunderstorm chances will increase late Monday night.
Wind:  South 10-20 mph
Morning Low:  75°
Afternoon High:  92°

 


 

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