FORECAST: Skies are clear for the rest of night but temperatures will be warmer.

TULSA - Skies have become mostly clear this evening.  A stationary boundary is parked over the Red River.  It will begin lifting north tonight.  On this front, showers and thunderstorms will form.  Most of the rain and thunder will be in far eastern Oklahoma or the most northeastern corner of the state.  There is a chance for one of two of these storms to contain, large hail or gusty winds.

The other big story is the remnants of "Odile".  Once a hurricane, the leftovers of the storm will move into the central U-S this weekend.  There is will hook up with a frontal boundary bringing the potential for moderate to heavy rainfall.

 

WEATHER LINKS | LIVE RADAR | 7-DAY FORECAST | ALERTSCURRENT CONDITIONS


Here is your certified most accurate forecast:
 

Tonight: Mostly Clear and warmer.
Wind: S - 5 mph
Overnight Low: 68°

Wednesday: Partly cloudy, showers & thunderstorms northeast & east of Tulsa
Rain chance: 20%
Wind: SW 5-15 mph
Afternoon High: 90°

Wednesday Hourly Weather:
7am:
Sunny, comfortable, 68°
Noon:
Partly cloudy, More humid 86°
5pm:
Partly Cloudy, Isolated T-storms, 90°
8pm:
Partly cloudy, Isolated t-storms, 85°


Thursday: Morning showers & t-storms then clearing.
Rain chance: 50%
Wind: SE 5-15 mph
Afternoon High: 87°

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