FORECAST: The threat for heavy rain and flooding will increase late Monday

TULSA - A weak cold front will move into eastern Oklahoma late Monday.  This front will slowly move south across the area through Wednesday.  There will be abundant moisture for this front to interact with.  Thunderstorms will move in from the northwest late Monday afternoon.   Some of these storms could be severe, mainly to the northwest of Tulsa.  Storms will be likely area-wide Tuesday and Wednesday.

Rainfall totals will average around 2" across eastern Oklahoma.  Some areas could see 3-5" of rain.  Flooding will become a concern on Tuesday and Wednesday.  

The rain will end on Thursday with hot and humid weather in the forecast for next weekend. 

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


Tonight: Partly cloudy, warm and humid.
Wind:  South 10-15 mph
Overnight Low:  77°

Monday:  Partly cloudy, windy, very warm and humid.  Isolated afternoon thunderstorms.  
Rain chance:  20%
Wind:  South 15-25 mph
Afternoon High:  93° (heat index:  100)

Monday Night:  Thunderstorms increase.  Isolated severe storms are possible along the Kansas border.
Rain chance:  60%
Wind:  South 10-15 mph
Overnight Low:  75°

Tuesday:  Thunderstorms likely.  Heavy rainfall possible.
Rain chance;  90%
Wind:  South becoming northeast 5-10 mph
Afternoon High:  82°

 

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