A brief break from the heat before summertime temps bounce back Sunday

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Independence Day has been hot and muggy, but cooler temps are on the way tonight.

Isolated showers and thunderstorms are possible, especially south of I-40 to near the Red River.

Stay on top of the storms with our live interactive radar here.

Otherwise, rain chances overall are only 20%, so we’re lucking out compared to what’s in store for us late Monday into Tuesday…

Later tonight, we’ll fall back into the upper 60s to lower 70s under partly cloudy skies.

Rain chances are slim at only 20% and favor cities north and east of the metro.

Winds will be light and out of the southeast at 5-15mph.

Sunday will feature a 40% chance of mainly afternoon and evening thunderstorms with highs in the low to mid 90s.

The breeze will shift back to the south at 10-20mph to give temps a boost and bring more moisture back to the state.

Rain chances are highest around Tulsa, Ponca City, and Sallisaw… lowest around Altus, Clinton, and Lawton.

The stormy weather pattern will continue through next week.

Stay tuned for the latest!

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