Later tonight, a few lingering showers and storms from the Texas panhandle will move slowly eastward into western Oklahoma and possibly as far east as Clinton, but not much farther than that. Lows will be in the upper 60s and lower 70s with little to no wind at all under partly cloudy skies.
Sunday looks hot and dry with highs in the mid 90s under partly cloudy skies. Rain chances will be hard to find anywhere in the state until Sunday night when a weak cold front will head toward the panhandle. That front will be our focus for thunderstorms both Monday and Tuesday as it meanders south across the Kansas border and stalls around Enid and Stillwater. Rain chances are only 20% on Monday and 30% on Tuesday, but they may go up depending on just how far south that front manages to go.
Aside from those rain chances, every day will be partly cloudy and hot with highs in the mid to upper 90s through next weekend.