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Cloud cover is limiting much of the daytime heating for Oklahoma City and all cities west of I-35, but PM sunshine will boost us into the low 90s for a few hours before sunset. Occasional light rain showers are possible anytime through the early afternoon west of I-35, but no heavy rain is expected until storms from New Mexico and Colorado head southeast into the panhandles late today into tonight.

Scattered showers and storms will move across northern and central Oklahoma tonight. Lows will drop to the upper 60s in northern Oklahoma and the 70s across the rest of the state.

Widely scattered thunderstorms will continue to move across northern and eastern Oklahoma tomorrow.

As a heat dome builds, highs will soar to near 100 degrees later this week.