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Scattered showers expected to taper off for most of the state tonight

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Scattered rain is falling throughout the state and should taper off into the Monday evening hours.

Expect clearing skies tonight with low temperatures in the 40s.

On Tuesday, temperatures are expected to be in the low 70s to high 60s for most of the state.

Warmer temps will return by the middle of  the week along with sunshine and high fire danger.

As we near the end of next work week, moisture will continue to increase across Oklahoma which could lead to our next severe weather on Sunday.

A few KFOR viewers sent in some beautiful before and after pictures of the storm.