Low rain chances in the forecast before the heat dome moves in

Severe storms possible throughout state on Mother’s Day, wind advisory in effect

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Temperatures, humidity and winds will climb over the weekend.

Mother’s Day will be windy, muggy and very warm.

Storms could develop in western Oklahoma and severe weather is possible.

A wind advisory is in effect for much of the state throughout Sunday afternoon.

Northwestern Oklahoma is under a slight risk for large hail and damaging winds on Sunday afternoon through the evening hours.

The threat for isolated tornadoes exists but is greatest around sunset.

Those storms could track into central Oklahoma during the overnight hours.

A powerful cold front will move through our state Monday bringing welcomed rain and cooler temps in the 60s and 70s.