Panhandle could see some severe weather Monday night

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OKLAHOMA – A storm system will move east out of the Rockies and into Nebraska tonight and tomorrow bringing a few showers and thunderstorms to western Oklahoma.

Storms over the panhandles of Oklahoma and Texas could become severe up until midnight; then, they’ll fall apart with a few showers and rumbles of thunder through early Tuesday morning.

Tuesday presents another chance for thunderstorms over western Oklahoma, mainly near/over both panhandles.

A few storms could be severe tomorrow afternoon and evening with large hail and damaging winds.

The rest of the state will have another very warm and partly cloudy day with highs in the upper 80s.

A stronger storm system will move through Kansas Wednesday and Thursday bringing higher chances of rain in Oklahoma and the threat of strong to severe storms, mainly for central and eastern Oklahoma.

The best chance of rain will accompany a cold front Wednesday night and Thursday morning.

Cooler air will follow for the second half of the work week.  Stay tuned for the latest on severe weather!

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