TULSA, Okla. — We'll see an increasing chance of strong to severe storms later tonight and overnight as a cold front ignites that activity. The main threats look to be wind and hail with a very low tornado threat. The low in Tulsa down to 55°. Decreasing wind speed from what we had today, but gusty around the storms that form.
Some scattered showers early Monday morning, then partial clearing later in the day. The high reaching 70° behind the front. NE winds 10-20 with gusts to 30 mph.
The strong winds return on Tuesday and Wednesday. The best chance for severe storms will be Tuesday afternoon and at night. The high reaching 82°.
The activity wraps up Wednesday morning. Highs around 70° with clearing later.
Mostly sunny on Thursday and upper 60s.
The pattern looks to change again Friday through Easter weekend with some more showers moving in. Highs in the low 70s Friday and Saturday and then dropping to around 60° behind a front on Easter itself.
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