TULSA, Okla — We'll see partly cloudy skies early tonight and then turning mostly cloudy overnight as showers and storms approach the area. The low down to 57°. East winds 5-15 mph. We'll see those thunderstorms early in the morning before sunrise. Some of the storms in the morning could be strong to severe.
Then another window of storms will possibly move in later in the afternoon and early in the evening. The high reaching 73°. SE winds 10-20 mph with gusts to 30 mph. All modes of severe weather possible with large hail, damaging gusty winds, and tornadoes. The best chance for severe storms will be with the passage of the cold front later Monday night as it sweeps across our entire forecast area.
We catch a break on Tuesday. Some sunshine mixed with cloud cover. Highs near 70°.
More showers and storms move in Wednesday into Thursday with strong to severe chances all over again. Highs in the mid 70s.
Dry on Friday and into the weekend. Highs in the upper 70s on Friday and then 80s Saturday and Sunday. We could be looking at some pretty strong south gusts on Sunday (maybe up to 40 mph). Stay tuned. As of now, all in all, it looks great for Mayfest in downtown Tulsa.