Showers and storms over northwest Oklahoma will spread eastward toward I-35 as we head into the afternoon. Most of the rain won’t make it to the metro, but a few light showers are possible. Once again we will see below normal temperatures in the upper 60s (north) to the mid 70s (south).

Later tonight, skies will be partly cloudy as temperatures fall back into the mid to upper 40s and lower 50s. Rain chances are slim and only for the panhandle cities starting after 10pm.

Sunday will feel about the same as today, except with even lower rain chances (0% for the metro). Only a 30-40% chance of showers and storms for far western Oklahoma and the panhandles make up the entire state’s rain potential. Otherwise, expect highs in the upper 60s to mid 70s from west to east, respectively.

Warmer temps return next week as highs soar to the 80s by Tuesday. Another powerful front will bring showers and storms as well as a cool-down late next week. Stay tuned!